Answer: Well we don't remove any of the leftover "trash" from the fields, but...
The Cows love this, and will spend all their time out in the fields until the get all the leftover cobs and the volunteer corn that their bellies can handle.
LeAnna asked: Where does your corn usually end up? Is it a feed corn for animals, or end up in corn syrup, or what?
Answer: since these two were very similar I thought I would answer them together. Our corn will usually end up in the bellies of livestock, epically cattle, chickens and turkeys and possibly hogs.
Some of the corn we keep in the bins on our farm we will grind and feed to our cattle as well.
This picture really didn't have anything to do with the questions or with the night harvest pictures, but I just thought I would show ya'll how dirty and dusty it can be sometimes when I'm on top of my truck.
So most of corn harvest took place during daylight hours, but we did do some night harvesting.
The night all these pictures were taken was one of our later nights, because we had some bins right there next to the field and we were able to dump quickly into them.
So there you go, the answers to some of your questions and some pics from one of the nights we were working late.
I hope you all enjoyed them, but I need to be getting to bed cause I have to get up early tomorrow cause we are gonna be workin' some cattle, which usually means interesting stories to go along with it.
So nighty, night!