If you’re looking for corn for sale, you’ve come to the right place. We have some of the best corn in Pennsylvania. Please contact us by phone or email if you’re interested in our crops!
Corn is a grain, vegetable, and cereal. It can be eaten raw as sweet corn or dried to make cornmeal. Corn is also put through a process called wet milling to produce cornstarch (which may then be modified further into dextrose), hominy grits, meal and flour; byproducts of this process include distillers grains and CO2. As with other cereal grains, it contains both endosperm (which is starchy) and bran (which retains some vitamins).
1.00 to 2.00 USD
Corn is a vegetable that can be eaten whole or used as an ingredient in other dishes. It has a sweet taste and is often eaten in salads or on its own for lunch or dinner. The price of corn depends on the type of corn you want to buy. You may find white, yellow, black or purple varieties for sale at your local farmer’s market or grocery store. White corn is the most common type available for purchase today because it is easy to grow and requires no special equipment to harvest from its large seed head when ready to eat this summer crop!
In general terms, a bushel of white-colored kernels equals about 40 pounds (18 kilograms). At one dollar per kilogram (about $0.05 per pound), that means each bushel bag costs around $2 USD at minimum retail prices — although prices may fluctuate depending on where you live and what time of year they’re purchased during harvest season.”
Bushel Bags (40-50 lbs.)
Our white corn for sale is packed in bushel bags (40-50 lbs.) with a net weight of 40-45 lbs. Each order contains a mix of yellow and white corn, which can be used interchangeably depending on your needs.
If you’re looking for fresh, quality white corn near me that is also affordable, then look no further than our farm! We have been growing the best tasting sweet and juicy white corn since 1928!
Patches of yellow corn and white corn for sale. Please contact us by phone, email, or text if you are interested in purchasing our corn. Looks like we’ll be having a good crop this year!
We have patches of yellow corn and white corn for sale. Please contact us by phone, email, or text if you are interested in purchasing our corn. Looks like we’ll be having a good crop this year!
We are located in Cochranton, Pennsylvania.
Becky Gish, the owner of Becky’s White Corn, is a third-generation grower who has been in the business since she was seven years old. She started out by selling corn on the cob from her family farm stand and later built up a wholesale business supplying local markets with white corn. She can be reached at 814-944-2441 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about her products or if you are interested in becoming an agent for Becky’s White Corn, Inc., which ships all over the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Email: [email protected]
Phone number: 123-456-7890 (texts are also welcome)
Address: 12345 Fillmore Street, State, Zip Code, Country & Currency (example: USA – USD)
To place an order, please call us at 814-944-2441. You can also send us an email at [email protected] If you have any questions about our company or our products, please feel free to reach out!
7346 State Route 277
Here is the address for 7346 State Route 277:
7346 State Route 277, 1
Doylestown, OH 13519
Phone number of the farm: (555) 555-5555
Email address of the farm: [email protected]
Cochranton, PA 16314
Cochranton is a borough in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,077 at the 2010 census. Cochranton is located in the northwest corner of Crawford County at the junction of U.S. Route 62 and Pennsylvania Route 277.
It was named Cochran’s Town after William Cochran, an early settler who arrived from Ireland in 1796 and established a store there two years later. A post office has been in operation since 1801. The town developed as an ice-free harbor for steamboats on Lake Erie. In 1820, 544 people lived there; by 1830 that had increased to 721 residents.
Good corn for sale
Corn is a staple food in many cuisines around the world. It’s also a good source of fiber, vitamin C, and folate; vitamin A; thiamin (vitamin B1), niacin (vitamin B3), and pantothenic acid.
Corn contains more than 10% protein by weight and is naturally low in fat. As an added bonus, it contains no cholesterol. Corn is also very low on the glycemic index scale at about 15 (compared to glucose = 100). This makes corn ideal for those following a diabetic diet or trying to lose weight because it helps keep blood sugar levels steady without causing spikes that can be associated with other carbohydrate-rich foods such as white potatoes or white rice
If you’re interested in learning more about the types of corn that are available for sale or want to become a seller yourself, please visit our website at www.farmerstouch.com/contact-us/