It's not the April 15th Blizzard of '72, '73, '74 or whatever year it was but it was definately Mother Nature's way of saying that it's a little early to be planting corn.
Last weekend we had
temperatures in the 70's with sunny conditions which was great for NH3, seeding alfalfa, and pulling fence lines. It definately spoiled us.
Today, the sun came out and finished melting the snow but it definately is not warm out. But, it is warm enough to clean out the calf pens. Once planting breaks loose there will not be a lot of time get the corners of the pens clean so today it is serious, deep cleaning get all the nitty-gritty cleaned up.
It's also a great way to work off some of that extra energy that boys always seem to accumulate in the spring.