Well the ground hog said 6 more weeks of winter! Everyone at SSF is thankful for the floor heat in the shop and our space heaters in the office! The Spray guys did manage to get a little bit of spraying in this past week before the ground thawed out. Our truckers are still busy delivering grain and we still have shop guys working on repairing equipment. Our Greenhouse is also getting a facelift before spring arrives.  Farming at SSF chuggs along thru the winter and then its pedal to the metal from planting untill July!  It is safe to say everyone here is ready to trade Jack Frost for green grass, planting, and warmer weather! 

Safety Day!

Safety day is offically on the books for Feburary 21st! We will have speakers on grain quality, grain safety, grain rescue, share the road, as well as sprayer and dicamba certifications. There will be lots of good informaiton shared and lunch provided. If you are interested in attending let us know! Seven Springs FarmsSafety Day

This week on the farm we are still preping for planting, afterall it takes alot of preperation and planning to plant 38,000 acres!  Right now guys are working on replacing worn parts on planters and tillers and fertilizer and seed is being ordered. We are just waiting on the weather to warm up enough to plant, hopefully in March! 

The other side of the farm is working on emptying grain bins and delivering grain to the grainerys. In two weeks time we have delivered over 280,000 bushels of soybeans. Thats alot of beans! 

Within two weeks we have had single digit temperatures, snow, rain, temps above 55, and sunshine. The pictures below are all within the same week! If you don't like the weather in Kentucky just give it a couple of days and it will change! The guys have been busy in the shop with repairs and parts inventory. They just finished  the last of the Anhydrous appliators and are moving on to vertical tillage and planters. Our truck guys are keeping the road hot between here and the grainery delivering corn and soybeans. Our Tobacco guru Chris will deliver our last load of tobacco this week! We also have some of the cutest visitors in the office today! 

Snow Days

Its been a week since the snow started falling and there are still lots of ice covered roads in Trigg county! It makes getting around a little difficult but it sure is pretty. On the other hand it creates a much needed break from the fast pace farming we are used to. Today is the first day they guys have been able to get the trucks back on the road hauling grain so things are starting to pick back up!
Right before Christmas we had some additions to the SSF family. Sadie had ten puppies and they are stinkin' cute! You can find out more about them at www.sevenspringsdoodles.com 2018 is going to be a big year at SSF. We have lots of things happening on all sides of the farm. We will do our best to keep you posted! Here is whats outside our window today. Lots of melting snow, blue skies and sunshine! 



We are over halfway finished with Corn Harvest 2017! Here are some pictures for your viewing pleasure! 

Happy Harvest!

We are in the midst of Harvest 2017! We have been hard at if for a couple of weeks now and we are having a nice little break this week because of the rain form Hurrican Irma. Our thoughts and prayers are with the thousnds of families devestated by Harvey and Irma.

We are a little over 15% finished with corn harvest and its only September 13th! Seven Springs has been blessed this year with a great corn harvest and our tobacco isnt to shabby either! Thank you to all of the guys who worked long hours all weekend to get as much corn in as possible before it rained!  

Weird Weather!

This year has had all kinds of odd weather and its only March! Its been 75 and sunny then 21 and snowing all in the same week. If you don't like the weather in Kentucky just wait a day or two and it will change! Here at SSF we are trying to prep the fields for planting corn. Here is the catch, we can't spray when its windy and we can't spray when its cold. So not alot anything is happening out in the fields.  We do have some cool pictures from the few days we have been able to spray! 


The End is Near!

We are well over half way finished harvesting soybeans! The 2016 harvest is almost over. We would like to thank everyone for all of their hard work and long hours! Check out these pictures of our 2016 soybean harvest.  



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Trigg County Preschool

Joe and Dustin visited Mrs. Ashleys class at Trigg County Preschool this past week to show the kids a combine and teach them about farming. Who had more fun Joe or the kids?

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From Corn to Beans!

It finally cooled off and SSF is finished with corn harvest and started soybeans yesterday. Guys… you are getting close to having your weekends back! YAY!  Here are some pictures from the last of corn harvest and disking. We would like to thank Jared and Graham for the great pictures! If you look closley the instagram picture has a reply from the offical John Deere! Here at SSF we love anything and everything John Deere Green… except our trucks we will take those in red! 

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