Tale of Two Seasons
May 29, 2017
What a difference a year makes. Last year at this time, we were performing a series of rain dances in order to coax some rain out of the clouds and onto our fields. This year we've watched as Mother Nature has poured historical amounts of rain on to our fields, as well as much of the rest of Canada. While the constant soaking is beneficial for the seeds that can be planted, it presents other challanges. Many farmers have not been able to plant any crops as of yeat and will have to wait until fields dry out. This lost time will result in lower yeilds, and the potential of another difficult year after having to have dealt with last season drought. Our early planting do however appear to be on track to be ready for harvest around the last week of June. Stay tuned for more updates to follow, and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.