We wanted to learn more about how to grow our own feed for pigs, and research future potential small grains enterprises. Met some awesome farmers and mechanics - look at this combine from the 1950's which a farmer found for $250 and which is hoping to be back up and running this year in Rochester, WA. 

Sorry for the blurry photo. Also learned the importance of using a seed drill for sowing small grains seed which will get your seed deep enough to allow for tillage in the white thread stage...