Friday, February 8, 2013

Farm Photo Friday - A farmer's work is never done!

Welcome to Farm Photo Friday!

 
A farmer's work is never done.
 
Even on the coldest day of the year.
 

57 below zero windchill!
 
 
But the sunflowers still have to be hauled to the elevator!
 
 

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10 sweet chicks commented here:

Homeschool on the Croft said...

I don't really have in interesting post to which to link, but I have to comment on these *amazing* photos! Oh, they are wonderful. North Dakota is one of my dream states to visit and your photos have certainly whetted my appetite even more.
Stunning
Anne x

Country Gal said...

Nice photos ! WOW ! That's cold ! We just had a snow storm that started last night and just ended a few hours ago the sun popped out for a bit and now it is snowing again as the darkness falls . Have a cozy and safe day !

A Kansas Farm Mom said...

My husband really wants to know what kind of fuel additive you use to keep the diesel from gelling. :)

Farmchick said...

Kansas Farm Mom....We don't use additive...we run straight # 2 and we have inline fuel heaters that are heated through the hot water of the motor. Thanks for stopping by and for the question too!

Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful pics! :)

Jen's Farmily said...

Wowza!!! 57 degrees below!!! Also, I didn't realize you guys did sunflower seeds! I can't see the last picture for some reason (probably my internet connection) but I'm assuming the trailer is full of sunflower seeds. Dumb question- what are sunflower seeds used for? I use them in my bird feeders is that where they are going?

edenhills said...

Great shots! That's way too cold for anyone to have to be out working.

Anonymous said...

great blog, love the great color in your pictures. My first time here. Your dog on earlier post is adorable.. sweet..

City Life to Ranching Wife said...

great photos! Captures early morning work to a "T"!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh what gorgeous photos!!