Well I have my corn looking very good. We are wet,but my land rolls enough to keep from being soggy. I expect some of my corn to go 200+ and average 150+. My open pollinated looks to go 135+. I am planning on increasing my acerage for next year and my major factor is financing. I am profitable and in fact bankers are telling me my cost of production are almost half of what most are. The problem is I have little history. I have been in agriculture nearly all my life yet on my own for only a year. I have a college education in agriculture and several recomendations from neighboring farmers. I see obtaining financing as my stumbling block. On the bright side though we are beginning to sell open pollinated seed corn for 2014 and orders and interest is suprisingly great. I also am receiving interest in seed sales for the company seeds I sell. Rental ground is wet, too wet to get a cover crop planted but am gonna try for wheat or possibly barley in september. ps I have open pollinated corn seed for sale for 2014.