Today at latitude 40.7168 and longitude -101.959, I discovered 100 acres of four foot tall corn with two ears per stalk. This crop, and my other farming interests, I share with Terese Svoboda. Her dad, Frank Svoboda, introduced me to farming in Western Nebraska. This crop has successfully weathered earlier stress from lack of rain and now appears better with recent moisture. More moisture is expected this week. I hope without hail.