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Green silage stripes - October challenge day 1

I’ve been a bit quiet lately on the blog, but this October I have set myself the personal challenge of taking and posting a photo every day this month. 124 more words

My Creativity

farm friday - chopping the crop.

Happy (Farm) Friday!

After a slight rain delay, harvest is back in full swing.  It was fun to be normal again for a couple of nights, but the corn won’t harvest itself! 343 more words

Farm Life

September 16, 1914

Finished cutting silage at Uncle John’s

2014 Silage Trials Complete

A month ago we harvested corn silage trials which are planted each year in Brooks County. Here is Cook County Intern Jordan Williams, Fort Valley Agent Josh Dawson (Lowndes), Brooks County Agent Stephanie Holliefield, Brooks County Intern Becky Shirley pictured after the trial harvest was complete on August 7th. 74 more words


Farmer's Tower

A dilapidated, old brick silo sprouts vegetation on a farm in Milton, Delaware. USA. From Latin Silus, meaning Cellar, silos were developed to aid farmers in preserving their crops over the winter months. 39 more words


On your marks for Spring on the farm

I’m excited. Fertiliser’s going on, calves are still being born and raised, almost all of the milkers are in and we are joining again with an eye to the next generation. 269 more words


Harvest Time

The hot summer has allowed the corn on Mark’s Farm to ripen ready for harvest. The moisture content is critical, as the stored corn will generate heat if it’s too moist and be useless as a winter feed. 987 more words