Last Sunday, I was finally able to get into my back field & get some corn in the ground. 2 weeks ago, most of that field was under water for about the 5th time in 6 months. Sorry, no pics. I was on a dead run that whole day. A week later, I still had the fertilizer boxes full & the planter boxes with enough corn to plant 3-4 more acres. So, that's what I done yesterday. I had planned to plant the front half of this field in corn & the back half in beans. Front half was still way, way too wet to work the ground, so, I just reversed my plan. Still got 2-3 weeks before it's too late to plant beans & the planter needed emptied. Still not many pics. I was running hard & my camera person decided she had a lot to do at the shop. Everything beyond the shooting house is now planted in corn. This is the field I'll wake up & see every morning once we get moved to the farm. [file]59257[/file] This field was still a tad bit wet in the drainage areas, but I planted anyhow. 2 years in a row that I wouldn't be planted had I not bought the JD 7000 planter. Really love that rig. [file]59259[/file] To the left of the tractor is the corn I planted last weekend. Again, it was too wet in area to work the ground well, but the 7000 allowed me to get seed in the ground. I was set a little deep, so the corn is just getting out of the ground here & there. [file]59261[/file] All the rain this year has washed a lot of reed canary grass into all of my clover plots. Rather than spend the money on grass selective herbicides, I'm gonna disc all of them under & plant them in beans. If it ever dries up enough in those areas. Come fall, I'll just broadcast winter wheat into the beans so it'll be there next spring when I frost seed the areas back with clover. Hopefully the WW will utilize the excess nitrogen the clover has put in over the past 4 years.