2020 Participants

The five farm management competitions being held in 2020 have competitors from across Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Twenty-seven teams are competing in the sprinkler corn competition (green pins), sixteen teams are competing in the subsurface drip irrigated corn competition (yellow pins), twelve teams are competing in the sprinkler sorghum competition (red pins), 20 in the winter wheat (blue pins) and fifteen in the OSU sprinkler corn contest (orange pins). As you hover over the location pins, more information will appear about that contestant.


2019 Participants

The 2019 competitions have growers and stakeholders from across Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri competing in the four farm management competitions! Twenty-four teams are competing in the sprinkler corn competition (green circles), sixteen teams are competing in the inaugural year of the subsurface drip irrigated corn competition (blue triangle), ten teams are competing in the sorghum competition (red squares) and nine in the new OSU sprinkler corn contest (orange diamonds). Names and locations of the participants are shown in the below map, along with Nebraska Natural Resource District (NRDs) and Kansas Groundwater Management Districts (GMDs) boundaries.


2019 participants

2018 Participants

Growers and stakeholders from across Nebraska and Kansas are competing in the 2018 TAPS Farm Management Competitions! Twenty teams are competing in the corn competition (blue circles) and eight teams competing in the sorghum competition (green squares). Names and locations of the participants are shown in the below map, along with Nebraska Natural Resource District (NRDs) and Kansas Groundwater Management Districts (GMDs) boundaries.


2018 participants

2017 Participants

Growers from across Nebraska competed in the 2017 TAPS Farm Management Competition. The growers represented eight Natural Resource Districts (NRDs): Upper Republican, Middle Republican, Lower Republican, Twin Platte, Tri-Basin, Central Platte, Upper Loup, and Lower Platte South. There were 17 growers, 2 student groups (Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture and UNL), and UNL specialist competing. Names and locations of the participants are shown in the below map.


2017 participants