By Darcy Maulsby
Winter has been called the “quiet season,” but it’s certainly a busy time around our farm, especially as spring approaches.
We’re getting ready for planting, which will start in April. The local co-op applied dry fertilizer on our fields in February. We plan on sticking with our 50-50 corn and soybean rotation. There is some talk that U.S. farmers may grow more soybeans than corn this year. If this occurs, this will be the first time in history this has happened. We’ll see how things shake out.