What Do County Fairs, Mowing Hay and a 1950s Cultipacker Have in Common?

June 16, 2016 11:10 AM

What do county fairs, mowing hay and a 1950s cultipacker have in common? They’re on Crop Comments! 

It is county fair time again and one farm family from Kingston, Mich., is preparing for the show ring. While Carla Schultz’s daughter was working with her sheep, a little piggy decided to join in on the fun.

Meanwhile, in southern Illinois, Kyle Page is mowing and baling hay but says the hay crop is light per acre this year.

Finally, the Peeleen family in O’Brien County, Iowa is going old school and using a 77 Oliver tractor, a restored Oliver seed drill and a cultipacker from the 1950s to plant some CRP acres. 

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