I am really slipping on this blog updating. Just so everybody knows, I'm still alive and business as usual in spite of covid precautions.
We are currently still in the drought that started last year. Some real concern starting to be heard as we approach planting time. Field went into winter dry and there has not been much snow to recharge the moisture situation. The grass is trying to grow as the warmer spring days have arrived. Its going to have a hard time producing much hay or cattle feed if we don't rain soon.
Seems not many years ago I was complaining about too much rain and ground too wet to plant. Maybe this is going to be another 1961 or 1988.
Snow conditions now are almost non existent and that is almost a month ahead of normal for us. As the old timers used to say, "We've never lost a crop in April yet".
I got the old yellow International out of hibernation for some yard clean up today.