April 15, 2019
Soil’s warm and we dodged the weekend’s storms, so spring activities are underway. Last week, lots of anhydrous went in the ground. Rumor has it that most fertilizer dealers ran out at least for a day or so. Those who hit the first anhydrous window or those who don’t use it are planting corn. Go spring!
April 8, 2019
It has been wet and cool here, although this week looks sunny and relatively warm, at least until later this week. About a week and a half ago, quite a bit of spring anhydrous was applied, but there is quite a bit left to go. Barring end-of-week rains, corn will probably begin to be planted around here next week.
April 3, 2019
Introducing... Josh Payne farms in Lafayette County, growing corn, soybeans, wheat and some rye. He is a member of the Missouri Corn Growers Association. Payne utilizes cover crops and no-till farming on his operation. He attended William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo.
Josh Payne farms in Lafayette County, growing corn, soybeans, wheat and some rye.