Liberty Hulless Oats 94 bushels per acre
Marquis Wheat 63 bushels per acre
Red Bobs 71 bushels per acre
From Dawson Creek a report that J.C. Hall threshed 3200 bushels of wheat off 75 acres and 11 acres of Garnet going 63.2 bushels per acre.
At Lower Beaverlodge, H. Wallen, MLA had 10 acres of Ruby yielding 55 bushels per acre. Fall ploughed the stubble and without further preparation it yielded 40 bushels of Ruby in 1927. In the same neighborhood A. Sherk and sons had 30 acres of Ruby which yielded 50 bushels per acre despite very heavy loss by lodging.
The biggest wheat yield thus far from the Northwest part of Grande Prairie was by Earl Cage. A measured acre yielded 78.2 bushels per acre.
In 1928 foundations for seven grain elevators were being put in at Beaverlodge.
One hundred and eight bushels per acre were reaped on land which is now 8th St. in Dawson Creek.
Sept. 21, 1927, G.H. Hiffernan of Rolla reports 25 acres of Reward averaged 46 bushels, his best 10 acres averaged 60 bushels per acre and grading #1 Hard at Hythe elevators.
In November 1929, a wire from Toronto Winter Fair reported winners from the Peace River Country: Spring wheat, W.D. Albright 2nd on sample of Reward. Oats Robert Cochrane, Grand Prairie, 4th, presumably Victory. Peas, Robert Cochrane, 5th. Mr. Albright’s sample was prepared from a bulk lot, threshed by a custom outfit the day preceding the commencement of the September storm.