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October 17, 2011

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We asked our Facebook fans

"So what's happening in your neck of the woods today? How bout our friends in the northeast... you in the combine yet?"



Rhett Butler This week will see the start of sorghum and early soybeans as long as the weekends dry weather holds.
Matt Honnold- very little corn left standing here in Cardinals Country (Macon County Illinois) -- beans are disappearing quite rapidly also
Rebecca Schuelke Staehr- Too rainy and wet to combine beans and corn in New York State ...:(
Curt Schumacher- Been done with beans since sunDay and got a good start on corn. Testing between 16 and 18. Yield is better than expected but expectations were low down here in SW Iowa
The Farmer's Life -Last loads of popcorn delivered. Now we are all about corn. Only beans left are wheat beans and some replant spots.



We asked our Farm Journal Facebook fans

"What's happening in Farm Country today?"


Peter Kemmeren- Rain.
Jason Scott- Shelling corn in Indiana. 17%.
John Butler- Rest!
Michael Weaver- Rest and picking corn this afternoon in Colby Kansas
Evan Staley- Shelling in md
Michael Weaver- What part of md
Joseph Keith- Putting milk in the tank! Hopefully it will rain this week in Georgia!
Nick Levendofsky- Taking corn, soybeans, and milo at the elevator in Courtland, KS.
Chuck Zumbrun- Drizzling, a day to rest.
Jeff Sberna- Not much we were almost drie enght to strat running beans then it drizzled rain all day.
Jennifer Yucavitch Schmidt- Shelling corn & chopping stalks & turbo tilling in MD
Chris Mcc-  Rain in MI
Doug Saathoff- Finished cutting beans in NE.


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