I like it: thanks! I try and resist cropping, but there is a time or place for everything. This composition is limited by a NASA-like white grain bin just to the right of the house.
Read more of Michael's comments where he often says that photographs are rarely supposed to be a 3:2 arrangement.
He crops his photos quite often and often quite heavily to achieve the right look. IMHO he does this quite successfully and there is a lot to be learned from this.
Often we see a scene and our intent is to capture as much of what we see that grabs our attention without quite knowing how to pass that on to others.
In this case, I think the treatment required is rather straight forward due to the image content, although the correct crop is unlikely what I've presented.
Thanks to all for the comments. I am frustrated by #3. There is lots of range in light, but it still looks a bit soft and muddy to me.
Again, try cropping. Maybe it works better with less of the foreground or less of the left of the photo.
Also, with the 2nd, try a graduated filter to darken the top section of the image.