Keeping America fed


Still green stalks of corn are chopped up by a combine and poured into a following truck in a corn field located along the 8400 block of Mason Road on Thursday, Sept. 17. Corn stalks which are still green are often chopped up by farmers as animal feed.

Still green stalks of corn are chopped up by a combine and poured into a following truck in a corn field located along the 8400 block of Mason Road on Thursday, Sept. 17. Corn stalks which are still green are often chopped up by farmers as animal feed.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Still green stalks of corn are chopped up by a combine and poured into a following truck in a corn field located along the 8400 block of Mason Road on Thursday, Sept. 17. Corn stalks which are still green are often chopped up by farmers as animal feed.

Still green stalks of corn are chopped up by a combine and poured into a following truck in a corn field located along the 8400 block of Mason Road on Thursday, Sept. 17. Corn stalks which are still green are often chopped up by farmers as animal feed.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/09/web1_SDN091820Harvest.jpgStill green stalks of corn are chopped up by a combine and poured into a following truck in a corn field located along the 8400 block of Mason Road on Thursday, Sept. 17. Corn stalks which are still green are often chopped up by farmers as animal feed. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News