The following is information about the crops that are currently grown here on the farm.  For the most current information follow the News page.


Of the grain crops grown on the farm, corn comprises the smallest acreage. Corn is a good rotational crop, but an expensive, risky one to grown without irrigation. The greatest benefit of planting corn is the opportunity to control weeds.


No-till soybeans are grown both full season and as a double crop planted in the winter wheat stubble after it is harvested. Full season soybeans are planted in the spring.


Winter wheat is planted in the fall and is harvested in the early summer of the next year. The wheat is harvested for both the grain and straw that remains.