Thursday, September 13, 2012
The Best of the Week
I was going to call this Archuleta! but I had too many other things to share today. I will devote tomorrow to Archuleta!
I saw Ray again today and I think Archuleta is Spanish for soil health! That man is crazy about soil health and doesn't even farm but I will save that for tomorrow.
I saw so many good posts on Ag Talk this week I had to share them with you. The picture is 1000 moline's summary statement on his completed corn harvest! I hope his yield maps don't look like this but I think they are pretty much one color!
Should I really join Facebook? Ask someone who bought stock!
If you have ever driven a combine, you have to read "A Boy and His Combine" by Dennis O'Connor! I had the O'Connor brothers in ag class many years ago and they must be closely related!
Find out what happens when you try to run that combine in Kansas or Nebraska on a day like today! I always wanted to go myself and just happy today wasn't the day like Robert W. Grief.
Here is how my fall garden should look but I don't care that much for those kinds of greens!
Here is one of those thinking videos of what we are doing to ourselves today. Beware, but I am afraid it is true.
Here is a great invention that could save many unnecessary lost lives.
I still like LuAnn's, though, this could save our grandkids though our children aren't likely candidates for this accident but really anyone is.
"My farms bigger than your farm," would include this candidate. I bought gas in the town he said is his farm so I must have passed some of his crop.
Where do you stand on organic food? This is a pretty good discussion by farmers who mostly do not grow organically or like it "shoved down their throats."
For my friends in Holland and for my aerial friends, especially Rick Kettley, this link leads to a heart stopping video!
This is what I remembered writing yesterday's Blog.
Is this the best of the best this week? Did you like my picks? We could have a good conversation on just about any one of thes topics, don't you think?
If you run across any pain before tomorrow's blog, just yell Archuleta! real loud and when they ask you why you said that, you can say just read Ed Winkle's blog tomorrow!