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It’s March! Spring is quickly approaching. When we will start planting corn and soybeans? Six weeks? Two months? We just have to wait on the weather. In the meantime, there’s still plenty to do on the farm. Advertisements
It’s been a short farm work week with Christmas, but we still had a lot going on. Take a look to see what we’ve been up to this week!
I didn’t think I was going to do a picture post this week because I couldn’t remember taking very many pictures. After checking my phone I found I took a few worthy shots this week, so here you go! Thanks … Continue reading
Critics of conventional farming often decry the use of herbicides. Herbicides that are not organic anyway. That’s all fine and dandy, but the problem I see with the arguments some people present is they contain no substance. Take a look … Continue reading
Randy replacing parts on a cultivator Popcorn has arrived Corn about to coverted into ethanol and DDGs Loading corn Seed inventory is building up Outside Scott Farms Headquarters Seed delivery Almost full! That’s interesting #Agnerd. My college agronomy notes More #agnerd. Sitting … Continue reading
Well planting time is just about here for our farm in Northwest Indiana and I’m excited. Like most farmers my favorite time is spring and/or fall when you get to go out in the field and really accomplish something you … Continue reading