April 22, 2019
No field work this past week due to previous rains. Received another significant rain event April 18, which will keep most people from doing much over the next several days.
April 15, 2019
The past week saw a good deal of corn and rice going in the ground. Some earlier-planted corn has begun to emerge as well. Our area received steady rains all day Saturday (April 13), which should activate herbicides but will keep any field work or further planting from taking place for several days.
April 8, 2019
There has been quite a bit of field work completed in our area with some corn and rice planting having taken place. We received only small rainfall amounts so far, and planting should be in full force this coming week, barring any big rain events.
April 3, 2019
Introducing... Will Spargo farms in Butler and Ripley counties in Missouri and Clay County in Arkansas. He raises corn, rice, soybeans and sometimes some milo. Spargo is a former chairman of the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council.
Will Spargo farms in Butler and Ripley counties in Missouri and Clay County in Arkansas. He raises corn, rice, soybeans and sometimes some milo.