They started the season going to GA April 16 and have been fighting the rain ever since. It has made
for some beautiful corn and soybeans but hard to get hay in without rain.
The weather is always a challenge. Seems that it is never "just right"...one year it's too wet and the next
it's too dry. By spreading our customer base over a larger area, sometimes we can adjust the schedule according
We are grateful to all of our customers. We know that you realize that you have the best quality feed possible.
You know that you can get people in to put your silage up for less initial outlay...but your milk check will soon show that
cheaper isn't always the best.
We look forward to working with people whom we consider friends.