In our series called Get to Know our Farming and Ranching Neighbors across Idaho, We made it up to Genesee, Idaho last fall and met with Genesee Joe Anderson, who had some great sayings along with this good wheat crop. Today we have soft white winter wheat here. We haven't got any grades back. Just started hauling to town yesterday, but the test weight seems to be pretty good. We're able to get a good legal load on the semi loaded about like we would expect. That's a good sign. Have every reason to believe when the grades come back that we'll have good falling numbers and desirable protein levels probably around 10% because of the rainfall and the yield that we've got here. That's what I'm hoping for. But like I say, we'll know when the grades come back after we finished the field. So we had a fairly similar year in 2020 as far as ample, desirable spring rain, My dad had a saying he like to say the last normal year in farming was the one before he started. Every year's different. So this is my 40th harvest since I came back to farm full time. I graduated from U of I fall of 1980 and worked for a chemical company for a couple of years, but in 1983 came back to the farm. And so this is my 40th harvest. Heard a saying one time. I'm not sure if I have 40 years experience or if I got one year experience 40 times. Overall, a lot of the growing season I wouldn't have wished for much more. We had a desirable temperature range where we didn't get frost critical stages. That was very encouraging. Speaker1: Thanks for sharing your time with us, Joe.