Went from wet to dry.
I'm not even going to get a third cutting on most of my fields. last time mowed it sat almost two weeks before showing any signs of regrowth, if one follows Purdues recommendations on when to cut the last time, it has 9 days to make up for three weeks.Same here, wet spring/early summer, dry since July 1. Just checked July 1 until yesterday 3.4", previous 5 year average 7.41". 4th cutting about 5-10% bloom and only about 12-15" high at best.
Cy all you had to do was complain about being dry and look what happens, plenty of rain. Now, turn your attention to low commodity prices!Not dry anymore,pic from radio station.I farm in that area but not my field or bales in pic.Up to 7" last night and 10" this week.
Yea alot of guys want to get PP acres baled.A big variety of stuff.Oats,Wheat,Teff,Millet,Annual Ryerass,sorghum sudan grass.This is going to make thing even more difficult to get dry and baled.Also about time to cut silage here in a week or 2 and thats going to be a mess.Bad deal if a person has to harvest a crop that is already late and wet and not worth much and then have to harvest in the mud.