If you don’t count 100 acres of double crop soybeans that got hit pretty hard with frost and won’t be ready for a few more weeks, then harvest is over. We finished the last corn field on Thursday evening just ahead of a bunch of rain. I’ve got ideas for all kinds of posts now that I have the time to write them. In the meantime take a look at these pictures from the last week of the post-drought harvest.
Unloading corn on the move.
Wheat is emerging.
Grandpa filling a truck while I’m on top on the combine changing and air filter out.
Cleaning up the Freightliner.
The last fields of corn were pretty colorful.
You have to plug up the grain leg at least once a year right?
It’s been raining quite a bit lately. This is the mess I made after the grain cart sat loaded overnight in the rain. Seems the drought is almost over for us. We are know listed as abnormally dry instead of severe or extreme drought.