As harvest wraps up, farmers share thoughts on season
As winter approaches and temperatures drop, area farmers can be found with empty fields and their tractors put up for the season. This gives them a chance to reflect on how 20202 harvest went in Hamilton County.
Tyson Wendt, who planted corn and soybeans this year, reported that he wrapped up harvest early in November and has already finished the fall fieldwork. He noted that he is ready to plant come 2021.
“Soybeans were above expectation, and corn I have zero complaints about corn,” he voiced. “We had a couple of fields that got damaged due to Mother Nature but overall I was very happy with harvest.”
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