Corn, corn, a sea of corn! My wife who was born and raised in Texas can't believe the sight of cornfields that stretch as far as your eye can see.You forgot to mention corn and soybeans
When I was a child and we were traveling from Fort Wayne up to west Michigan, my dad would always plan the trip so that we drove through the little Amish towns (I remember Middlbury most distinctly because we stopped for ice cream there). Dad would always shout "Buggy" when we were approaching a buggy on the road. My little brother was 3 or 4 before he quit calling horses "buggies".Up near Michigan is the third largest Amish settlement in the US. If you own a travel trailer it is very likely that Amish laborers worked on its construction. Shipshewanna is the hub of the tourist part of their community. 10 acre flea market every Tues and Wed along with an antique auction in a huge pole building that has around six auctioneers chanting all at the same time. The sale barn at the same location will be selling hogs, cattle, hay, straw, and firewood on Wed and horses on Fri. The rural area has huge well kept barns houses and numerous outbuildings. Most farms will have several big blond draft horses, some with colts. Many have a herd of about 25 milk cows which are mostly black and white, but some have Jerseys.