This week at CPS was a little different than normal. Monday was just another normal day for scouting though. After that, I had to get some more signs around for our test plot, the ones that we didn’t have stickers for. The next day was where it got different. In the morning I had to scout a few fields and pull some tissue samples. Then we had to get the signs around to put up for the plot out front. It took a few hours to pound in the sign post, 88 of them to be exact, and screw the signs on. The next day was a dairy meeting at our location for the first half of the day, learning about silage. The second half of the day we went the Wheeler Dairy, just north of Breckenridge. Got a tour of their operation that they have there. The next day we went down to Lansing for a BASF weed training meeting, where we learned about their new product.