Talked to my folks this morning, they have 160 acres of corn planted around them, and the farmer got it in early. I thought that would save it, but they said a custom crew was in this morning cutting it for silage. Maybe with the drought the silage will be worth more than the corn; but more likely, the corn wasn't going to make much of a crop, despite the early plant date. Also have a buddy who usually does his tree cutting for future firewood in the spring or fall, but he's dropping hackberry and hedge trees this week in his pastures to give his cattle something to eat. He's already sold a third of his herd. Fortunately for him cattle aren't his main source of income, and he's not upside down in his cattle and only has about 40 head, so selling won't hurt him as much as others.