Planting has begun. Three good days of planting before the rain came.

Planted Completed:

Corn – 47%

Beans – 26%

Granddaughter at Gingerich Farms

Laura and new granddaughter, Willow Mae born April 9 to Tony and Danielle G.

Field cultivators - Gingerich Farms

Monday morning – working ground before bean planter

Tender loading at Gingerich Farms

Loading tender with beans

Bean planter at Gingerich Farms

Bean planter

bean planter at Gingerich Farms

Bean planter

Bean planter on the road at Gingerich Farms

Bean planter moving to the next field

Cultivator at Gingerich Farms

Field Cultivator

Filling warmer at Gingerich Farms

Filling warmer

Warmer at Gingerich Farms

Warmer working ground before corn planter

Loading tender with corn

Corn planter at Gingerich Farms

Corn Planter

Next generation farmer at Gingerich Farms

Tyler G. & Aaron – teaching the next generation farmer

corn planter at Gingerich Farms

Corn planter

corn planter at Gingerich Farms

2nd corn planter ready to go

Corn planter at Gingerich Farms

Corn planter

Cultivators at Gingerich Farms

2 field cultivators getting it done

bean planter at Gingerich Farms

Bean planter

Cultivator at Gingerich Farms

Getting read to leave the field

cultivator at Gingerich Farms

On the move

Warmer at sunset at Gingerich Farms

Sunset view driving the warmer

corn planting at Gingerich Farms

Corn planting

corn planting at Gingerich Farms

Planting corn by the grain center

End of day for bean planter

sunrise at Gingerich Farms

Sunrise

Monitor view or sunrise view?

Early morning at Gingerich Farms

Early morning

Empty seed boxes at Gingerich Farms

Empty seed boxes moving to other side of shed

Early beans at Gingerich Farms

Looking at bean seeds that were planted on April 8

farm at sunset at Gingerich Farms

End of first week of planting