Spring harvest of our wheat crop down on the dairy farm started this week.
It's a process dependent on timing and weather from start to finish.
You want to cut when there's no chance for rain so it can
have a little drying time after cutting and it stays dry until it is
hauled from the field to the silo,
and packed into the pit silo.
I'm thankful for the great weather we've had this week
and for the good wheat crop that our dairy cows will enjoy
through the summer.