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Win a Harvest Prize Pack

Win a Harvest Prize Pack

You could win a DuPont Harvest Prize Pack! Simply comment on the question below to be entered to win. The winning entry will be randomly selected from the comments section of this blog. You must comment to win.

What is your biggest challenge of this year’s wheat harvest?

DuPont Crop Protection provides crop protection solutions for wheat, barley and canola growers to help keep their crops healthy and profitable. DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® product cost replacement program helps growers manage weather uncertainties, including drought, hail, flood, frost/freeze and fire.

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All Aboard would like to say thank you to DuPont Crop Protection for supporting the 2011 wheat harvest. For more information contact crew@allaboardharvest.com.

To enter scroll down and leave a reply.We will announce a winner at 1 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, July 20.

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14 Comments
  • Mary Rhoades
    Posted at 14:32h, 18 July

    The heat and drought!!

  • Daniel Barrier
    Posted at 17:22h, 18 July

    the drought made it a bad year. low yielding wheat.

  • DAVID HAZLETT
    Posted at 18:30h, 18 July

    all the mud holes everyone keeps getting stuck in

  • Greg Hallstrom
    Posted at 19:34h, 18 July

    Getting the seed in the ground in the first place. A lot of farmers in northwestern Minnesota seeded wheat right up to the deadline in June for being eligible for Federal Crop Insurance.

  • john tomky
    Posted at 21:06h, 18 July

    We are irrigated farmers in the Arkansas Valley of Colorado. We planted wheat and lost it before we could irrigate it this spring

  • Kelley Allen
    Posted at 22:30h, 18 July

    Planting early enough!

  • Jo
    Posted at 08:23h, 19 July

    Trying to find a part only to have to travel 3 hrs. to get it late on a Sat. evening. Only 1 availible in the whole state of KS. The other was 6 hrs. away in NEb and they didn’t answer the phone since they weren’t cutting there yet

  • Earlene
    Posted at 11:26h, 19 July

    Drought, heat and even rain.

  • Colleen Hashman
    Posted at 13:15h, 19 July

    Humidity, Mud in the fields, having everything ready to go and needing to piece around in the fields to find dry wheat….

  • Karen
    Posted at 13:21h, 19 July

    Our struggle right now is deciding which variety will be best for replanting in the fall. The drought of last fall didn’t help, but the rains didn’t help either when they finally did come. Ah, the gamble of being a farmer!

  • matt eddy
    Posted at 15:10h, 19 July

    Dodging rain showers

  • Amy
    Posted at 15:17h, 19 July

    We have never had to wait this long to start cutting! We should be done by now. The great white combine from the sky cut out 90% of our crop for us last month. The field we cut yesterday made 9.9 bu/ac. Really hoping that when ever the next field is dry enough it will at least triple that amount.

  • Paul Hore
    Posted at 16:09h, 19 July

    Running out of playstation games after sitting for so long waiting on the wheat to turn the right colour in South Dakota

  • MJL
    Posted at 16:53h, 19 July

    Having back surgery 10 days before we started cutting.