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Win a Prize Pack!

Win a Prize Pack!

You could win a 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.

How do you pass the time when waiting in line at the grain elevator?

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32 Comments
  • magne kåre tuhus, 2230 skotterud,norway
    Posted at 14:31h, 17 June

    You talk to the other farmers from the area about the yields, moisture, etc.

  • Judy
    Posted at 14:39h, 17 June

    Read a book

  • Mary Jo Maneth
    Posted at 15:13h, 17 June

    visit with the others and learn what’s going on in the neighborhood

  • Karen.
    Posted at 15:32h, 17 June

    Read.

  • Bobby hansen
    Posted at 16:42h, 17 June

    Nice read

  • Geo
    Posted at 17:15h, 17 June

    Shootin’ the BS with the neighbors

  • Jack Tyrrell
    Posted at 18:12h, 17 June

    Tell a few exaggerated stories about how your crops yielding or catch up on some missed sleep.

  • Nancy Ridlen
    Posted at 18:49h, 17 June

    Get a pop and go visit with the other farmers

  • Allen Walters
    Posted at 21:54h, 17 June

    take time to chat with other neighbors about harvest

  • jonathan upton
    Posted at 22:19h, 17 June

    talk to the other farmers an truck drivers an do a puzzle book

  • Cameron Hamer
    Posted at 23:50h, 17 June

    In Oklahoma the lines haven’t been very long this year! We’ve spent more time waiting in the field. I usually use the time in line to catch up on news and emails on my phone. I check the markets and read market analysis. And of course talk to others that are in line.

  • Marcy Aycock
    Posted at 07:25h, 18 June

    Talk to other harvesters!!!

  • Darl Deeds
    Posted at 07:55h, 18 June

    I visit with the other farmers or catch up on reading farm magazines

  • david
    Posted at 08:29h, 18 June

    its the time to see your neighbors and catch up on all the news in the area, alway take something to eat have coffee or for me some ice tea. look the truck over while waitng make sure everything is still in tack, since i dont have time to read my magazines i take them with. most of all in a line that long you look and say to the man up stairs God thanks for a great year.

  • Karen Hancock
    Posted at 08:52h, 18 June

    Grab an ice tea out of my cooler and visit with the other drivers about how the wheat is doing and their harvest. We really don’t have much down time at our elevator as they have 2 places to unload the trucks.

  • Dan McGrew
    Posted at 09:20h, 18 June

    Cellphones, laptops, email, and catching up on messages from home and around the country — while waiting for a load.
    One, two, three generations earlier — We would catch a nap under the truck, preparing for an all-night move after finishing a job, or maybe read a dog-eared paperback Louis La’Mour novel before swapping it for another at the elevator. Two weeks later another of your crew members would swap for that same danged paperback.
    Ogalla, NE has a moving picture show which operated during harvest about 18 hours daily in a huge quonset hut.
    Park your truck in a three hour line at the elevator and catch a movie, probably a Randolph Scott or Gary Cooper western, with a Lash LaRue serial.
    Spend 35 cents for a quarter pounder hamburger and one-quart malted milkshake, with real fruit blended in. After spending 25 cents for a movie, Ogalla put a real dent in a harvest hand’s wallet,waiting for the elevator to unload a three-ton stake bed.

  • Dusty Walsh
    Posted at 09:43h, 18 June

    anymore all the elevators are closed around us, so I haven’t had the pleasure of waiting in line. we home store everything then have to ship it 100 miles to the snake river. If I have to wait it probably means I have to fix something at the bins.

    • All Aboard
      Posted at 14:13h, 19 June

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  • Melinda
    Posted at 14:48h, 18 June

    Usually the kids are with us and we sing and sing LOUD!

  • Paul Richard
    Posted at 20:18h, 18 June

    Catch up with what is happening from the others waiting or lay back and rest.

  • Kristy
    Posted at 20:25h, 18 June

    Visit, read, listen to the radio on scan or just watch the world go by!

  • Shelly H.
    Posted at 20:48h, 18 June

    visit with the neighbors or drink a soda!

  • Donna B
    Posted at 21:16h, 18 June

    I’m more of a ride-along so it’s my time to catch up with my husband. He can’t escape!

  • Travis Fugitt
    Posted at 21:19h, 18 June

    iPad with a blue tooth radio in the cab for movies and social media

  • Velma
    Posted at 21:26h, 18 June

    Like reading about others harvesting adventures makes our seem ‘par’ for the course.

  • Kylie
    Posted at 22:05h, 18 June

    Sing along with the radio!

  • Scott Rugan
    Posted at 22:30h, 18 June

    Talk to the good lookin’ scale girl!

  • Brian nielsen
    Posted at 22:52h, 18 June

    I like to check out the other rigs and chat with everbody

  • Phil Kline
    Posted at 23:51h, 18 June

    I am a person who enjoys following harvest crew website.

  • Jessica Lopez
    Posted at 02:30h, 19 June

    First check your social media, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. then hope out and chat with others drivers waiting!

  • paul reeve
    Posted at 04:14h, 19 June

    Catch up time for sleep,reading,paperwork,a quick look round the truck and maybe a tall story or two with anyone who will listen !!

  • Roger
    Posted at 08:53h, 19 June

    Listen to the radio, talk to others waiting in line.