Does everyone know what time it is?

TOOL TIME! Ok, not quite, but I had to give a shout-out to that lovable and mishap-plagued Tim Allen.

In Wyoming, we don't usually get enough precipiation to irrigate row crops like dry beans, corn, sugar beets, soybeans, etc. So we use gated pipe, tubes and pivots to bring on the green.

It’s irrigation time in Wyoming. We don’t usually get enough precipiation to irrigate row crops, so we use flood and pivot irrigation to bring on the green. My husband raises malt barley, corn, sugarbeets and pinto beans – just for you (and the other 155+ people the average farmer feeds each year!).

From RealFarmWife Liz Lauck – Wheatland, Wyo.

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