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Random acts of farming

Monday, July 28, 2014

Wow!  What a day!  The weather is a beautiful 72ºF (22C), and the sky is bright blue, with puffy clouds.  We say it looks like “Andy’s room in the Toy Story movies”.  413 more words


Another Friday

July 11, 2014

Roadside mowing continues, and bin #7 of wheat is ready to be swept out.

A rain would be welcome, and there’s a chance of rain on Sunday.  181 more words


Looking good

Thursday, July 3, 2014

We visited all the DCB (double-crop soybeans) yesterday, and found them to be coming along very nicely.  Seems to be a good ‘stand’ almost everywhere, and they are growing fast. 82 more words


Checking it out

Sunday, June 29, 2014

After a terrific morning at Wheatland Christian Church, we had some leftover spaghetti-bake for lunch (or in southern Indiana AKA Sunday dinner).   103 more words


The clean-up has begun

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

After harvest and DCB planting finished up yesterday, the clean-up of the equipment must take place.  There are days worth of work involved.  239 more words


Rain out

Friday, June 20, 2014

We were making progress today, with the combines and with the planting of double-crop soybeans (DCB).  But at 3pm, the dark sky opened up the floodgates and in just a few minutes we received .4″ (10mm) rain. 32 more words

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