The Sturgis motorcycle rally is over. I guess they had a big crowd. I haven't been to Sturgis in three weeks, so I don't know much what goes on. The stop signs and traffic lights in Sturgis every block is too much for me to handle. Tammy went to help the Cattlewomen promote beef west of Belle Fouche on the Wednesday of the Rally and went through Sturgis early and it took her 30 minutes to get through.
This is me standing in my field of sorghum before the rains started. This is about as good as it was anywhere in the field. I was thinking of calling the insurance adjuster to come and look before I turned the sheep in,
Now the sorghum has grown to about waist high and is a lush green.
I did manage to cut some hay and bale some little square bales. Then the next day we loaded the bales on Ryan's trailer and unloaded the bales in the barn so they will be dry and ready to feed next calving season when we have cows in the barn.
We ended up with about 180 bales in the barn. This is Ryan holding his bale hook at the ready for the next load of bales coming in.