Posted by Don-Wi on October 02, 2012 at 19:02:01 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: $1000 Super 55 posted by rrlund on September 30, 2012 at 09:16:42:
Our corn when I was chopping was still holding the ears pretty good, although they were definately pointed down to the ground and threatening to drop...
Quite a few 2 cob stalks that I could see too. Our neighbor who sells the seed said we should sell what didn't fit in the bag. We just smiled and found another 50' chunk of bag and we'll be smiling when we have corn next August yet. He said the same thing last year too, except that we should shell some of it instead of chopping it all. The field that was the latest planting, and only non-silage specific hybrid, was the first one we chopped as it was the dryest one we had. Shoulda seen the way he acted when we told him what we decided to do with OUR corn.
The last few years it's become a little more enjoyable to farm again. Even this year with the extremely dry weather. I think we gotta replace the shares on our plow (probably shins too, and a busted cover board)
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