We also have wheat in the ground. So, PLEASE, if you live on the edge of a field DO NOT let your children ride their four wheelers all over it. Just because you can't see a crop does not mean there isn't one there.
What else.... they shop. We are looking for a Kinze planter, if anyone knows of a good deal call me ASAP. And, yes, he will drive to another state for one.
Umm, oh, paper work. Does it ever end? There are also the many seed catalogs and chemical companies. Planning, planning, planning. What was where last year, what needs to go there this year, what seed had the best yield, best drought resistance, least bug problems. You place your orders and then hope you got the correct amount and don't need to replant anything. The seed companies only order what you need with a few extra and then it is gone. That is when Southern hospitality comes into play. We have sold extra seed to fellow farmers as they have to us also.
This is late because we had a two hour delay for our non-snow related vaca yesterday.