Every farming season has its challenges, this year it is corn harvest.
In July straight line winds swept through the Columbus area. The wind goose necked the corn. The pictures below show what this corn looks like. The much of the corn crew at an angle making it hard to see the rows during combining, and, in some fields, combining it in one direction. This has added more days to the combine season than anticipated.
Below is a picture of what a corn field should look like. The rows of corn are defined.
I’m hoping that the good weather we’ve had so far lasts a while longer– until after the harvest is finished.