Harvest is arguably the busiest time of year on the farm. A dry end of summer and early fall throughout much of the Midwest meant that corn and soybeans crops “dried down” quickly, reaching the moisture levels at which farmers are keen to harvest and the crop is ready to come out of the field.
It was a flurry of activity for farmers and farm managers alike: Moore & Warner managers take this time of year to “ride along” in the combine with farmers on client properties. It is a time to review the progress and success of the crop being brought in, discuss improvements to a farm, and start to plan for the year ahead.
For those far from the farm and agricultural operations, some photos and typical scenes from harvest time: