We have had more rain and there is more building in the Northwest as I drive West.
These two best friends have sneaked onto the barley stubble for a fresh green treat. Shed barley, which fell to the ground as we harvested our crop, has sprouted and is tempting to those who can slip through the fence.
Suddenly, I think she hears her mother calling.
The cattle are enjoying the last of the green in the pastures.
It was apparent that although our temperatures have been Summery, the shorter days are encouraging the leaves to turn.
It is a peaceful day in the pasture, but it gives us a stern reminder of what lies ahead.
We didn't get pinto beans planted last Spring, so we do have a break in harvesting, while the soybeans and corn finish. We have seeded cover crop, and have Winter Wheat to seed, digging to do, hay to haul, then, of course...
There is a long harvest road ahead in GriggsDakota.