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December 19, 2007 and harvesting corn in the field next to work.

Interesting as I didn’t know they could harvest corn this late!


8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ruth
    Jan 02, 2008 @ 09:47:12

    We had so much rain in the fall of 2006 in southern Ontario that the farmers couldn’t get their machines on the fields to harvest the corn. Finally the ground firmed up enough in December for the harvest. The corn is used in dried form for livestock anyway.


  2. mon@rch
    Jan 02, 2008 @ 21:40:29

    Must be cow corn! I bet the birds love that they are doing harvest right now!!


  3. mary
    Jan 02, 2008 @ 22:59:54

    Interesting! Yes, the birds must be feeling like they hit the jackpot.


  4. Flower, field N forest
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 15:50:06

    I didn’t know they could harvest corn so late either. I do know that the kernels will dry out on the husks after fall. It probably is cow feed or bird seed or something like that.


  5. Lana
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 19:26:12

    I worked at a corn processing plant in S. Ontario for over a year & the typical harvest time was August. Not sure where you’re at or what your conditions are, but it IS unusual to see that corn truck in a field next to all that snow!


  6. Pam
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 20:19:16

    Mon@rch – must be! There’s tons of birds around there!

    Mary – yup, they are!

    Lana – upstate NY here and that’s why I found it unusual!


  7. Pam
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 20:32:56

    Flower – It was quite a surprise to see this going on!


  8. tr
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 23:30:21

    That seems quite late for corn. Nice pile of snow going there!


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