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Saturday, October 20, 2018

McKay Farms completes successful Harvest 2018

Harvest 2018 is complete bringing a bountiful harvest to McKay Farms in Beecher City, Illinois. The 2018 Harvest produced the highest yields and took many helping hands to complete. We were fortunate to capture the wonderful harvest season with many photographs and hope to share with you our moments over the upcoming months. We will continue to work on fall tillage before the heavy rains come in the upcoming weeks.
Soybean Harvest

Jason and Dan McKay in deep discussion

Dumping Corn at McKay Farms

Rita McKay and her grandchildren enjoying Fall 

McKay Farms at Grain Elevator in Cowden

Saturday, May 12, 2018

#Plant18 complete for McKay Farms in Central Illinois

McKay Farms has successfully completed their corn and soybean #plant18 season. The delayed start was due to a colder than normal Spring but temperatures warmed up quickly, especially in the last week. We are blessed to complete the planting season with only a couple breakdowns and a few flat tires. Most of our corn has emerged and is looking great. Check out our pictures below of our 2018 Planting Season!
Jason McKay & Dan McKay #Plant18
McKay Farms, Beecher City, Illinois
Darin McKay disking field outside Cowden, IL
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Corn emerging & Looking great!
Tyler McKay farming in Central Illinois 

Thursday, October 5, 2017

McKay Farms complete with 2017 Soybean Harvest

Dry weather conditions allowed us to work non-stop during the last 2 weeks. We were able to successfully finish soybean harvest and begin shelling corn. We have nearly 200 acres of corn complete but will have to take the weekend off due the the recent rain showers. Check out our pics of #harvest17.


Tyler & Dan McKay

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Harvest 2017 begins for McKay Farms

Today we begin #Harvest17 in front of our homestead in Beecher City. Corn moisture is good due to the recent high temperatures in Illinois. We are excited to begin another Harvest Season!!