Hauling Corn in Miserable Conditions
- Published: 20 September 2019
- It continues to rain... We're Hauling Corn to the Ethanol plant to empty our bins before Harvest. There is nothing more enjoyable than the smell of rotten, wet corn. The weather conditions for hauling are anything less than ideal with a temperature of 87 degrees fahrenheit with 82% humidity. Remember when I was wearing my winter jacket last week??!! Typical MN weather.. A broken tarp motor won't stop us. New Millennial Farmer Podcast Scheduled for release October 1ST!
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