We still pick corn for our cattle, but pretty much everyone around combines and dries theirs. As others stated, combines got much larger than pickers, there is a lot of labor involved with handling it, and then to market it as regular corn it has to be shelled anyway. Here are a few pictures:
Re: Corn cribs in reply to LonM, 02-06-2014 13:17:15
I remember hearing the ear corn drop in the empty crib, like it dropping in an empty wagon as well, a neat sound. It was a lot to handle but Im glad I grew up with it than what it is nowdays. It was alot of work but you could see your progress in a crib, in a bin not so much. Nice pictures.
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