Caught up to the river

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

This morning, I was able to do the replant at the Burke farm, where the heavy rains had drowned the soybeans.  At one time we thought we’d need to replant the entire farm location, but today had better news, for only 39.5 acres required the drill to put in more seed.  Ross also replanted corn in the bottoms of WASCoBs at the Harry farm.  He now only has couple acres to replant, and that will probably happen next week.  The remaining soybean fields for replant are the ones flooded by White River, and we hope that can begin next week also.  There will be some days’ work needed to replant those soybeans.

One step at a time…

 

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