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What was your favorite harvest story the crews shared this season?

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14 Comments
  • Jeff Crum
    Posted at 19:14h, 05 August

    Love all the rain stories from them all… After last year we can all sing ” rain is a good thing”

  • Allen Walters
    Posted at 20:52h, 05 August

    hearing the yields from all the crews

  • Bobby Hansen
    Posted at 22:42h, 05 August

    Oo have enjoyed reading all of them but the Z family is my fav

  • Barry Guyer
    Posted at 07:30h, 06 August

    What happen to Jada with the Hoffman crew? She has not posted for a long time.

  • Marcy Aycock
    Posted at 07:30h, 06 August

    I’ve enjoyed hearing about their mini vacations! We never did anything like that in all my harvesting years!!!

  • Karen Hancock
    Posted at 07:59h, 06 August

    They all had good stories, but had to be when Megans family finally made it to Colby and the wait game set in and what they do in their down time with all their machinery in that down time, if that is what you want to call it as they are still working every day. She had some great pictures of what everyone does in that “down time”.

  • cdsjerry
    Posted at 08:36h, 06 August

    It’s hard to find the old stories in order to pick out a favorite but there was one post that just had me laughing. It was a post where there had been a lot of problems but instead of letting it get someone down they became funny.

    I do enjoy the “Harvest tips” that have been out there the past several postings. I find myself nodding my head in agreement as I recall my days on a cutting crew.

    I would have loved to journal our adventures when I was on crew. There is just so much that happens. Indian problems (yup, really), bad brakes on steep hills, fires, flat tires, accidents, going swimming with nothing but jeans we cut off for the occasion and cowboy boots to wear. It was an exciting time. I live some of those times again as I read everyone’s posts. I miss the harvest.

    • All Aboard
      Posted at 14:37h, 07 August

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  • FRANK DIETRICH
    Posted at 11:28h, 06 August

    THE THINGS PEOPLE PUT THREW THE COMBINE

  • Paul E. Tomlinson
    Posted at 11:35h, 06 August

    I have enjoyed each & every one, very interesting!

  • Mike Goff
    Posted at 16:16h, 06 August

    Megan of Roland Harvesting and her post of 7-19-13 EMBRACING CHANGE. It is a great little story about no-till farming and the Stripper header concept as they were cutting near Hoxie,Ks. The story was outstanding and I feel she did a good job.That Roland is one fine family crew.

  • Daniel Weber
    Posted at 16:17h, 06 August

    I liked all of Megan Roland’s stories.

  • Larry Klein
    Posted at 09:04h, 07 August

    My favorite story during the 2013 harvest included a picture of the crew’s grain truck waiting in line at the Shattuck OK elevator. Fifty years ago I sat in that line. I was so inspired by seeing that picture and reading other stories about the crews’ time in Shattuck that I flew from my home in North Carolina and, for a week, followed the crews in Kansas and Nebraska. The high point of the week was being invited to ride along in a combine which was a whole lot larger than the one I drove 50 years ago.

  • Michael Kleinsasser
    Posted at 21:05h, 07 August

    I like to here you now you injoy being on the harvest crew .
    And how the yields are doing .