Glenn Harsh

Glenn Harsh, April 23

We worked on some tile repairs, some fencerow maintenance and we are finishing up our last farm for soil testing. That’s about the extent of the field work. With the cover crops, we do not really want to spray right now with the rain coming in. We won’t be able to plant right after so [...]

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Glenn Harsh, April 9

We have not done anything in the field other than we got out and soil tested one day. The cover crops are starting to green up again and we can see them out there where they were thin. They are moving in the right direction. The first warm spell they looked like they were coming [...]

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Glenn Harsh, March 26

I’m a fifth generation farmer in Delaware County. We have about 2,600 acres of corn and soybeans. We sell seed, we have a crop consulting business called Precision Soil Tek, I sell cover crops, and my wife is a crop insurance agent for rain and hail. The economics of wheat don’t work well for us [...]

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