Farms.com Home   News

Carlyle producer pleased with this year’s harvest

William Brown has made significant progress for this year’s harvest, and is pleased with the yields and the crop quality he has seen.

Brown farms about 8,000 acres of land 16 kilometres south of Carlyle. They grow wheat, barley, canola, canary seed and peas. He is at about 60 per cent complete, as of Friday morning.  

The peas, wheat and barley are finished, while the canola is about 40 per cent complete. They have not started harvesting the canary seed. Precipitation last week caused a setback for a couple of days, but he was hoping to be back into the field Friday afternoon.

The rain allowed Brown to dedicate time to fixing equipment and making sure it’s ready to go once they did return to the field.

 William Brown has made significant progress for this year’s harvest, and is pleased with the yields and the crop quality he has seen.

Brown farms about 8,000 acres of land 16 kilometres south of Carlyle. They grow wheat, barley, canola, canary seed and peas. He is at about 60 per cent complete, as of Friday morning.  

The peas, wheat and barley are finished, while the canola is about 40 per cent complete. They have not started harvesting the canary seed. Precipitation last week caused a setback for a couple of days, but he was hoping to be back into the field Friday afternoon.

The rain allowed Brown to dedicate time to fixing equipment and making sure it’s ready to go once they did return to the field.

Click here to see more...

Trending Video

Rollin up hay and some crazy storms!

Video: Rollin up hay and some crazy storms!

Rollin up hay and some crazy storms! | South Sask Farmer