Thursday, June 30, 2016
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Wheat Harvest seem to happen on the hottest days of the year. If I am not mistaken it was 97 degrees and 97% humidity my guys walked the fields and picked up all of the straw. I was the driver easy compared to what they did. We use it in the barns so the calves have a dry place to lay down especially when it is wet and in winter weather. We have round baled some to unroll for the cows that are out on pasture. Just another day in the life of a farmer. God gave us a great day to unload.
We got 2.97 inches of rain last week and the next day it was all gone that is how dry it has been.
I prefer this weather we had today. Take care until next time
|This is Zues just part of the family|
|Unloading today so much cooler|
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Have a good week we will talk again!
These photos were from Suzie Grenier Rayl face book post
|They buried this bus|
Sunday, June 5, 2016
|On the move|
Friday, June 3, 2016
The ice cream, pies, cookies and cakes were a real hit. Thank You Farm Bureau for sponsoring a great evening.
Farm report: Making Hay while the sun shines. Cutting pastures so we can find the calves. And hauling grain to the city. Some areas around us got 3 inches of rain in 45 minutes that is a lot of rain.
Praying for the folks in Texas Take care until next time