Corn Sample Row Length

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The Thousandth of an Acre Row formula return the length of a row that CornRow.png  Rows of corn equals one thousandth (1/1,000) of an acre based on the width (w) of the row.

INSTRUCTIONS:  Choose your preferred length units and enter the following:

  • (w) This is the width of the row (distance between plantings) 

1/1000th Acre Row:  The formula will return the length in that row that will represent 1/1,000th of an acre.


The thousandth of an acre is a common area used for sampling the yield of a field.  For corn, the thousands acre will be used to count ears of corn in the part of a row equaling 1/1000 of an acre.  This provides a decent sample that indicative to the yield of the rest of the field.

This function is part of the Corn Yield Estimation Calculator.