Dent corn (Zea mays var. indentata) also known as yellow dent corn, Reid's
yellow dent corn, white dent corn, or field corn, is a variety of maize or corn with a
Also known as field corn, dent corn is the work-a-day corn that's used for animal
feed, for making corn syrup, and for everything from fuel to biodegradable ...
Another name for Yellow Dent Corn is 'field corn.' Field corn is quite a different
product than what most North Americans have become accustomed to; sweet ...
Dent corn is a high-starch variety of corn. Lower in sugar than table corn, dent
corn is used for food as well as for fuel and...
Dent Corn and Sweet Corn. ... Field corn is considered a commodity crop in the
United States and is grown on 97 million acres of farmland (equivalent to the size
Dent Corn Varieties - Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non-hybrid Seeds from Victory
Products 1 - 40 of 43 ... Dent, Flint & Flour Corn. Please refer to Grinding Corn ...
James L. Reid developed Yellow Dent Corn, the most popular variety of field corn
grown world-wide during much of the 20th. Century. Most of today's hybrid ...
Dent corn is often used as livestock feed, in industrial products, or to make
processed foods. Dent corn is also frequently referred to as "field" corn. Either
white or ...
Reid\'s Yellow Dent Corn is a deep yellow color, with a lighter cap, but a reddish
tinge often appears. Ears are 9 to 10 inches long.