One year ago, Erika Kenner was figuring out how to get the soybeans harvested and cattle fed with 25-plus inches of fresh, wet snow. A lot has changed from then until now. “At this time last year, all of our soybeans were still in the field. Some people even had wheat left to harvest. This year, we have all of our wheat, barley and soybeans harvested. We’ve even started corn,” says Kenner. “In 2019, we harvested a little bit of corn in November at 31 percent moisture just so we had a place to winter our cattle. We then waited until March to harvest the rest.” Kenner says there are certainly lessons that can be learned from the past year. One of those is learning to adapt to change. “Every year is different, and we have to learn to roll with the punches. You can try to be prepared as possible, but Mother Nature really is in control.” Kenner operates Kenner Simmentals near Leeds, North Dakota. Hear more in this Red River Farm Network interview.