Then at 7am on Sunday morning we all loaded up (Kevin's parents Greg and Rhonda, his brother Jim, sister-in-law Nancy, Grandma Marian, HD and I) and we helped move our cattle from one corn field, up the road and into another corn field. It went very smoothly and we only had to have one vehicle stop and wait a minute for us.
|HD working hard at moving cattle (aka eating breakfast).|
|Here come the cows.|
They walked nice and orderly up the road right at me. I was blocking a hole about twice as wide as me between the bumper of the pickup and the fence, so I was hoping that they would just mosey on in through the gate that lead them to the field. And they did!
|It looks like it is snowing, but it's just corn chaff blowing|
around in the breeze!
Then it was back to harvesting for Kevin! As of yesterday afternoon, we only have about 80 or so acres left to go! Kevin's hoping to be done this week, but it started raining late yesterday afternoon and continued through the night and it's suppose to rain some more this afternoon, so that will probably keep him out of the field for a few days. In a way, it's nice to have a little break. Kevin's been harvesting until late every night and I know that he's got to be exhausted. So hopefully he can rest up and get some work done around the farm in the next day or two and then Hopefully Mother Nature will cooperate and get things dried up so the farmers can get back in the fields to finish up with harvest!