The ground is at the right moisture for planting the last of this years crop…the pinto beans
It will take Terry about two days get the pinto bean fields planted.
Of course everything always comes together at the same time
The alfalfa has just the right amount of bloom to be cut.
First things first. First the pinto beans, then on Monday or Tuesday the alfalfa will be cut. It take alfalfa about a week in hot drying weather to turn into hay. Then there is the baling the stacking and the hay customers.
We really like our hay customers, everyone that comes out is fun to see again. Terry also sells his hay to the Delta Elevator.
The smoke you see blowing in is from the fires in Utah and Arizona. It’s always sad that summer has to bring with it forest fires.
Anyway, I’m glad its summer!