Robert Drysdale in a grain store© Angus Findlay
I guess it was always going to be the case that as soon as the silage was ready for cutting the weather would break. A wet start to June delayed what should have been an early first cut by a week and we had to work between spells of rain to get reasonably dry silage. Yields were good allowing some surplus to be sold as a standing crop. Hopefully, this bodes well for the cereal harvest. See also: Read more […]