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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.

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How many generations has your family been farming?

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Wheat leaves curling or stressed plants? Syngenta wants to help your wheat mitigate stress brought on by adverse weather. Poor grain fill, small head size, reduced tillering, short plants and curled leaves are just a few of the inhibitors to wheat quality and yield when weather conditions are adverse.  Syngenta recommends wheat growers address these weather challenges early with best management practices and proactive fungicides to enhance stress tolerance and provide disease protection.  The physiological benefits from Quilt® brand fungicides from Syngenta may help cereal crops better use the sun’s energy, increase water-use efficiency and extend grain fill as the final step in optimizing yields this season.  We encourage all growers to act early this season to mitigate stress and defeat disease. Syngenta is a proud sponsor of All Aboard Wheat Harvest.  We wish you luck on this week’s giveaway question!

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22 Comments
  • Marshall Farms
    Posted at 14:12h, 01 July

    I am the 3rd generation.

  • Robert Hansen
    Posted at 14:14h, 01 July

    my family has been farming for 5 generations in the usa

  • Judy
    Posted at 14:17h, 01 July

    two

  • Shelly Heimer
    Posted at 14:22h, 01 July

    four

  • Jason
    Posted at 14:23h, 01 July

    Myself and my siblings are the 5th generation on our farm in western Nebraska and the 6th generation of farmers overall since our family came over to the United States from Germany

  • Amy Vice
    Posted at 14:27h, 01 July

    My family has been farming for 5 generations in the USA and not sure how many in Germany before that.

  • Phil Kline
    Posted at 16:03h, 01 July

    None. I do not farm but enjoyed farming with my-laws when they were alive. I now farms with 1/64th scale toys tractors and semi.

  • magne kåre tuhus,norway
    Posted at 16:11h, 01 July

    I`m at least the fourth generation farming in Norway.

  • Frank Dietich
    Posted at 16:22h, 01 July

    Frank Dietich
    We live in south western Ontario and are seventh generation farmers from Germany to Canada. I am in my 60th year and my son is gearing up to take things over

  • Melinda McCurley
    Posted at 16:49h, 01 July

    5th generation here!

  • David Shaw
    Posted at 20:04h, 01 July

    My son is the fourth generation working on our 110 year old family farm here in Canada.

  • Allen Walters
    Posted at 20:31h, 01 July

    i’m the 3rd generation, hopefully my daughter will be 4th or a son

  • Ethan Fischer
    Posted at 22:54h, 01 July

    I’m the 4th generation

  • Marcy Aycock
    Posted at 07:18h, 02 July

    3rd generation

  • Karen Hancock
    Posted at 08:46h, 02 July

    Two, with the third stepping in.

    • All Aboard
      Posted at 14:03h, 03 July

      Congratulations! You’ve been selected as our winner. Check your email on how to claim your prize.

      • Karen Hancock
        Posted at 08:26h, 11 July

        Thank you! Somehow I missed the email, I was recruited to help move bales at this time. Please contact me again.

        • All Aboard
          Posted at 09:38h, 11 July

          Sent you a new email.

  • cdsjerry
    Posted at 08:50h, 02 July

    I am the 5th generation in my family to farm in this area of Ohio however I’m also the last one here having sold the farm in 2012. My brother continues to farm however he farms in Kansas. He will be the last as he has no children. It saddens me greatly to know we will no longer be farms however economically, we just can’t continue as there are no acres available to farm.

  • Jack Tyrrell
    Posted at 09:49h, 02 July

    Fourth generation rice farmer in Australia

  • Mary Jo Maneth
    Posted at 17:02h, 02 July

    my grandsons is the 6 th generation to live on this farm. The ancestors came over from Austria and they were farmers there.

  • Cindy Rector
    Posted at 20:35h, 04 July

    Our family has been farming for 4 generations/ wheat & cattle in the Cashion Ok area