So here is more from my Wyoming trip of last week. The next day we were up by Riverton in Central Wyoming, where retailer Alan Lebsack lives. Here is a large field of Malt Barley that has been fertilized with all AgroLiquid. You will notice in the rest of the crop pictures that the fields seem to go forever. Or at least half-way there.
Dan the grower is pleased with the field, and said the brewer agronomists have given it a strong thumbs up so far.
This is a beautiful field of strip till sugarbeets grown with all AgroLiquid.
Like I showed recently when I was in California, you're often not far from desert ground. Water and good bottom ground soil make a difference.
And here is a field of corn, again with AgroLiquid. The High NRG-N was all broadcast applied on the surface after planting as this is what worked best for him. High NRG-N is be the best choice as it stays on the soil surface until carried in with moisture.
So that was a good day of field visits. I had to drive back to Casper to fly home the next morning. This short venture ahead wasn't exactly on the way, but worth the trip. I may have shown the Wind River Canyon here before. But it is spectacular to see. It was formed by a regional uplift in the earth's crust and then the river washed away all of the sediment creating the canyon here. As such, there is a lot of rock exposed from different geological era's. This scene is actually a panoramic pic of the river canyon.
The heavy rains in the spring caused some land slides here. You can see some from up high on the mountain ahead, and then also on the left that blocked the railroad for awhile.
So well worth the 20 mile drive up and back. On the North end of the canyon is the small town of Thermopolis, which claims to have the world's largest hot spring spa. Been through there many times but not yet made a visit. Maybe next time.