Just taking a quick break from this year's harvest to post some preliminary numbers. Looks like this years crop will be around 1 bushel per acre (down a bit from last years), this may be due to the Bermuda High ridge that has persisted most of the year. I haven't called processing plants for pricing yet, but expect to receive pricing similar to last year ($0.00001 per 100,000 tons). It's not much, but it's the love of raising them that keeps me doing it, not the money. Our growing season is almost over, so I figured I'd get a jump on them while they were young, sweet, and green (better price). Just got one section left to harvest for today, so I'll be done in a few hours. If you want to skip the market price and buy direct from the grower, send me a message and I'll cut you a special price.