Much activity through the spring’s seasonal transition to summer. We have completed sidedressing corn, and are nearing the completion of post-spraying. Farm activities are quickly transitioning to summer projects!
February’s colder weather allowed the ground to freeze, and we began picking up our bags outside Blue Mound. The operation went very smoothly, and light traffic at the Decatur processors allowed for trucks to make quick turns back to the field. Current activities include delivering corn and equipment preparation for Spring.
Happy New Year from our family at Noland Farms! The holidays allowed for time spent with family and friends, and we’re excited to enter into 2015. Over the past few weeks, there has been much activity around the farm. Following harvest, Yoder Farm and Drainage installed tile systems on farms in Macon and Shelby County. We’re […]
What a harvest season! Since our last update, we have finished with soybeans and are a couple days away from completing corn harvest. This year has provided great yields, and an opportunity for many “firsts” on our farm.
Through afifliation with Illinois Corn Growers Association, we were approached by the Corn Farmers Coalition. “The Corn Farmers Coalition is an alliance of family corn farmers from across the United States and represents tens of thousands of dues-paying farmers. The coalition formed in 2008 to educate policy-makers in Washington about how tech-savvy, innovative farmers are […]
With field operations and grain hauling complete, we have shifted our focus to the list of summer projects. We made two aerial scouting tours over the month of July, and have been very pleased with crop conditions. The corn crop looks great… stand, evenness and color. The soybean crop has improved drastically towards the end of the month… color […]