Abbe Hills Open Pollinated
Abbe Hills Farm grows an heirloom variety of open pollinated corn for seed, plus oats and hay on about 40 acres of the farm's crop ground. The heirloom corn has been grown on this farm since the first seeds were brought here by Burt Neal in 1903.
The corn is well suited for livestock feed, and the seed is sold all over the Midwest. The seed customers are farmers who are looking for good quality feed for their livestock, especially organic dairy farmers.
To learn more about the state of current breeding work and the qualities of open pollinated corn, here is a recent artilce from the Organic Seed Alliance called "The Promising Potential of Open Pollinated Corn".
And here's the link to a short explanation of what open pollinated corn is, and a comparison with hybrid corn, from the University of Minnesota's handbook, "Risk Management Guide for Organic Producers".