Wednesday we started planting soybeans around Ashland. Late Thursday afternoon we were able to get back in the fields planting a few more acres of corn around Ashland. We planted everything that was dry and then moved up to Elkhart. Yesterday we finished the Elkhart farm and have since moved to the Williamsville farm. To-date we have not had to leave many acres because it was too wet, but today we will have to go around a dozen or so wet holes that have not dried.
The next significant chance of rain is Monday and we hope to have all the corn acres that are dry enough to plant completed. Precision Drainage has finished pattern-tiling the 100 acres down in Greene County and it is ready to plant after we work it a few times to try and size the dirt clods down.