Many farmers will be breathing a sigh of relief as the maize harvest draws to a close, after weeks of grappling with the wet weather.
That’s the situation for HC Beales in Norfolk, a family-run farming business and contracting company, mostly harvesting maize for AD plants and cattle customers.
The last field of the 2023 maize harvest was brought in at the end of a tough season due to weather but 3,000ha have been harvested in just under eight weeks, says Flora who sent us the shot of the lit-up combines at night.
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Flora says: “The use of Dezeure transfer trailers helped us to get to some of the wettest fields as well as a lot of patience.
“Throughout harvest we have been drilling back on the home farm, as well as contract drilling.
“This is nearly done, then over the winter [there] will be maintenance work before we get busy again with spring drilling, tankering and spreading.”
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