- A corn variety used for silage, stock feed, and cornmeal that was selected for ear and leaf size in Boone County, Indiana 1874.
110-120 Days to maturity. Zea mays. Boone County White Corn Seeds. Non-GMO, annual, open-pollinated, heirloom, Dent Corn. Suitable for growing in garden plots or raised beds. Corn tolerates heat and drought-prone regions. Boone County white, is a diverse corn that is used for silage, stock feed and cornmeal. Boone County White was created by Mr. James Riley of Boone County, Indiana back in 1874. Mr. Riley started with the variety "White Mastodon" and selected on the traits he desired such as ear size and leaf size. A few years later he released his new corn and named it Boone County White, and it was popular for good reason. ~150 seeds/oz.