Helmut Schorn has remained a one-man show all these years. “If I need personnel, I get them from the machine association. If there’s a lot of work, that might mean four or five people,” says Schorn of his strategy. He does jobs like liquid and solid manure spreading, all types of feed transport (grain, maize etc.), and pressing and baling silage into round or rectangular bales. In the winter he stays busy spreading grit and salt. Schorn gets up before the rooster crows every morning.