© Jim Varney
The weather and harvest are taking their toll on John’s normally phlegmatic disposition. Corn prices dropping and the weather alternating between tropical downpours and tropical sunshine are also contributing to the gloom, as harvest looks like it is going to be later than usual for us. What is also throwing our calendar out of kilter and adding to the frustration is that hedges cannot now be cut until September. Usually John can get on with that job if harvest is […]
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