So glad that you found time to stop by. There is much,much more to see around here than I showed you. It was great to meet you and the wifeys. Sounds like they had a good time while we were out riding around and talking farming.
The wifey and I took a quick ride to the upper 40 last night in the Chebby woodgetter to dispose of some low hanging tree limbs that I cut off, around the house. When we got home we burned a few hotdogs over the fire, and just kicked back until about 11:00
Charley finished spraying here, and looks like the mustard and weeds are starting to brown and die. The only good looking crop is the second cut Alfalfa, which is starting to blossom, and is about knee high. Corn is short and yellow, oats are weedy, but starting to turn, and the beans need to grow above the canopy of weeds.
Again, thanks for stopping by. I hope the mud had dried some for the Expo, and you were able to see everything easily.