In Northern Indiana, the corn is standing 8 to 10 feet tall, dried out and yellow now by the summer sun and cooling autumnal temperatures. The weeds are creeping back to find their old homes they knew last fall, as weary farmers' hands and backs allow their fields the rest they need around this time of the year.
Iron Creek Farm. We went for a tour pulled along by the tractor.
this fall, I really encourage you guys to subscribe to a CSA. Community Sustained Agriculture means you are face to face with your food, and directly supporting a local farm that isn't growing food in factories. You are paying for quality and nourishment for yourself and your family.