Fall is just around the corner...29 days
The crisp mornings have began, tree leaves are falling to the ground, corn is drying out, tobacco has been topped and some has already been cut and housed in the barn.
Hay is being cut, raked and baled, and stored for winter feeding, fall calving has began, hopefully lambing soon and gardens have got pumpkins, gourds oh my!
We noticed this week our first soybeans that were planted on April 16, are starting to dry out and before long those leaves will be on the ground to!
From green to gold around here!
Harvest time is coming!
Time to get our equipment and start getting everything ready!
Farmers stay busy year round but getting closer to harvest time again. Remember slow down when passing combines, tractors, semis etc.
Wave and smile, when passing, no middle finger gestures or stupid driving.
Pray for all farmers for a plentiful harvest, good weather, no breakages and safety and most importantly be thankful!
Admire the beauty that’s going on...in and around the fields! Roll the windows down, take photos!
Be thankful and grateful it’s that time of the year!
Hey, it's me again Catlin. Just wanted to give you a little more detail about what my plan is for " A Growers Granddaughters" blog. My intention is to keep you up to date on my life adventures in agriculture such as research projects, a little gardening, and my grandads farm,Lively H, which inspired me to pursue a career in agriculture. This blog is not only for you to read but also see all the behind the scenes on the farm, and educate you more on agriculture topics. If you have any questions, please comment, or email me, If there is a topic in agriculture you are unsure about, shoot me and email.