Today we’re hauling corn to the ethanol plant. That’s what we’ve been doing all week — running to St. Louis and hauling grain. St. Louis is about 300 miles round trip, and the ethanol plant’s about 40 miles away, but we’ll do 5–6 trips a day over there.
We started building our cropping plan for this season in about August of last year. For the most part we’re sticking to it, with minor changes. Mother nature usually has the call with any changes.
May 23, 2014 - Submitted by John Polasini, Dulaney Seed/Clarksdale, Mississippi
Looking good in the deep south. These fields were planted Mid March.