I hope some of you are able to get spring crop ground worked and crops planted. We finished making maple syrup the end of March. I started plowing the first part of April. I barely got the field opened up and it's been too wet ever since. Only a very few guys got their oats out and cropland work is at a standstill for everyone here in northeast Ohio.
I'm sure soon it will dry out and then the rush will be tough. Oats need to be in as fast as possible followed by corn. I don't plant soybeans but I'm sure the guys who do are starting to get tense.
By the time we get crops in the ground, haying season will be knocking very hard on the door!
Farming is not for the faint of heart!