How much corn does Iowa produce? In 2005, Iowa corn farmers grew alomst 2.2 billion bushels of corn on 12.5 million acres of land. (See Harvesting Corn to find out how much corn is in a bushel!)
1643 acres to be exact
About 464,000 acres.
Iowa farmers planted 13.6 million acres of corn in 2009, yielding 2.42 billion bushels of grain and 4.84 million tons of corn silage.
Iowa. According to the USDA, in 2009 Iowa farmers grew field corn on 13.7 million acres and harvested 2.438 billion bushels of corn.
Iowa because it produces the most corn in the U.S.A. every year. In 2005 Iowa prodcued 2.2 billion bushells in only 12.5 million acres of land.
like 9999999999999999999999999999999999.00 billion acres or something.
While many states in the US grow corn, Iowa consistently produces the most.
Iowa is famous for corn because Iowa produces the most corn every year.
Corn grows very well in Iowa. And it brings a lot of money in. It makes many of our food too
A lot. In 2009 Iowa farmers produced 2.438 billion bushels from 13.4 million acres, with an average yield of 182 bushels per acre.
I thank that there is 540 or 89,000
CORN thats it STUPID CORN
beef, grain, soil, tobaccoWell, I do know that Iowa grows alot of corn, they have lots of pigs, and the manufacture farming supplies. I did a project on Iowa
Iowa harvests more field corn than sweet corn.
2.162 billion bushels on 12.8 million acres for an average yield of 173 bushels per acre.
The main thing that Iowa is know for growing is corn. If you visit the state of Iowa, you will see lots of corn fields.