We have had all our corn in the ground since the 5th of May. We got the last little bit in before some of the rains. We will have a little bit of replanting to do in some of our low lying areas. We struggled with our planter quite a few days this spring. Nothing major but we had one Tru-Count unit that kept breaking the housing. "The smaller the bag from the implement dealership usually means a bigger price tag." We had 2 units that the GPS wouldnt shut off so the fields look kind of goofy in places. I had one field where the automatic row shut off didnt work at all. I should only have about 10 acres to replant. All in all i have a pretty good stand. Dad on the other hand my have closer to 50 or 60 acres. We are hoping to get done with the bean planting this afternoon if all goes well. We have also been working on seeding down some new and existing waterways after the rains of last summer. It is unbelievable what damage the water can do on hill sides. I spent yesterday after work putting in food plots for deer, pheasant, and turkeys on a couple of our farms. After that I headed to the field to take over for Dad so I could get a start on my last and only field of beans this year. I left about 20 acres for Dad to finish up this morning and then he should have been on to his last 80 acres. Chance of rain tonight through next tuesday.