On August 10, 2020, a derecho (land-based hurricane) went through large parts of Iowa, damaging crops and buildings. This is what corn harvest looks like when a farmer has to pick up corn that was blown down by the derecho in order to combine it. Tim Keegan, a member of the Global Farmer Network shares this video of difficult harvest.
WRITTEN BY Animal Science degree from Iowa State, Master's degree, Swine Nutrition from Kansas State. In 2009 he started farming with in-laws. 4,000 acres corn, soybeans; 150-head cow/calf operation. Use precision technology, zone mapping, grid sampling, to better apply seed, fertilizer and chemicals. Have invested in solar technology.