In agriculture, a bumper crop refers to a particularly productive harvest yielded for a particular crop.

Example: "With all the rain we've had over the last few months, we are expecting a bumper crop this year."

The word "bumper" has a second definition[1] meaning "something unusually large," which is where this term comes from.[2]


  1. Bumper. Merriam Webster Online Dictionary.
  2. Is it OK to pet the cow?. The Word Detective (November 27, 2000).

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