It has been a very wet spring. We are not saturated with water but the rains just keep coming to keep the ground wet. While it was too wet to go in the field, we started going through the White 6180 planter again to clean all the mud and trash out. I explain why we were doing what we were doing. While we were cleaning the planter, we found a bearing out on a gauge wheel.
After we ate lunch, we went to check on more soil moisture and it was still too wet. We came back to the heated shop and changed a set of disk openers on the planter. Dad elaborates how we know when to change blades. We got the planter and John Deere 4840 ready to go into the field. We had a cremation to dig and once we got back, we went to check soil again. This time we thought we would be able to run.
Dad started planting corn, while I grabbed the seed tender. We filled Dad and he continued planting late into the night. Dad gives an explanation of the weather we have been having while driving the planter. I could not have a video without Daddy Cornstar in it!
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