April 22, 2019
Well we’ve got most of our anhydrous done. A few guys have started planting. Others are probably waiting for the soil to stay at a warmer temp. Right now it’s just kind of a waiting game, getting everything looked over, double-checked and ready to go.
April 15, 2019
This week it’s dried up enough to get anhydrous put on. We were able to get one field done just before it snowed Sunday morning (April 14). But that’s Missouri weather for you — wait 30 minutes and the weather will change.
April 8, 2019
Things are staying pretty wet but we’re getting some equipment ready, changing the oil in the tractors, and looking over the planter. Just general maintenance. It’s just been too wet for us to do anything in the field so far, and that’s kind of the same story for a lot of guys around here.
April 3, 2019
Introducing... Donnie Hays farms with family in Monroe County. He grows corn soybeans and has a farrow-to-finish swine operation. Hays graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville. He and his wife, Ashley, have a daughter, Thea. Hays farms with his dad, Todd Hays, who serves as state vice president for Missouri Farm Bureau.
Donnie Hays farms with family in Monroe County. He grows corn soybeans and has a farrow-to-finish swine operation.