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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.

Do you follow All Aboard Wheat Harvest using a mobile device?




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To enter scroll down and leave a reply. We will announce a winner at 2 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, August 14.


  • Marcy Aycock
    Posted at 13:40h, 12 August

    Absolutely!! I look forward to catching up with each crew and read about them on my iPhone.

  • Karen Hancock
    Posted at 13:40h, 12 August

    Yes I do sometimes when I can’t get to a computer.

  • David Shaw
    Posted at 14:32h, 12 August

    Just sit down in the evening and follow the combiners on their journey on my home computer.

  • Marilyn Kuntz
    Posted at 14:58h, 12 August

    On the ol’ laptop. More enjoyable with a cup of coffee that doesn’t move.

  • Larry Newman
    Posted at 15:04h, 12 August

    Yes I have followed for the last three years on my smart phone.
    I love seeing where the crews are and how the wheat crop is doing where they are harvesting!

  • wade moore
    Posted at 15:06h, 12 August

    Im in england and follow on my mobile phone.
    As im interseted as ive done the harvest run twice

  • Allen Walters
    Posted at 15:47h, 12 August

    no every evening from my desktop,

  • AgMan
    Posted at 15:49h, 12 August

    Iphone all the way

  • Bobby Hansen
    Posted at 15:59h, 12 August

    I follow on both phone and laptop in the Feild when time allows

  • JC
    Posted at 17:13h, 12 August

    All summer on my iPad

  • Paul E. Tomlinson
    Posted at 17:57h, 12 August

    I check morning & evening on my lap top, really enjoy following crews!!

  • Jason
    Posted at 22:45h, 12 August

    Sure do!

  • Anthony Barrett
    Posted at 23:36h, 12 August

    Yes, exclusively on my phone. One site I have to check everyday.

  • Robert Bottom
    Posted at 02:40h, 13 August

    I follow on pad and smartphone.

  • James
    Posted at 07:46h, 13 August

    No, I have a laptop I take on the harvest trail with me. I usually check in the mornings.

  • Darl Deeds
    Posted at 07:54h, 13 August

    Desktop computer only

  • Husker Shawn
    Posted at 08:07h, 13 August

    I typically will try to use the home/work computer because I want to see full sized pictures, but I always make sure to catch up either on my smart phone or on Facebook.

    • All Aboard
      Posted at 14:13h, 14 August

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

  • John Murphy
    Posted at 11:10h, 13 August

    Usually on the desktop because I like the pictures on the larger
    screen. I check this site daily because I am a farmer and always
    are interested in what other farmers are doing.

    John Murphy

  • cdsjerry
    Posted at 13:00h, 13 August

    I admit it. I don’t. I’m a major techy sort of guy but I view them all on my desktop computer. It doesn’t seem like it would do well on my Nexus 7 but I admit, I’ve never tried it. Some things are still easier on the desktop.

  • magne kåre tuhus,norway
    Posted at 13:23h, 13 August

    I`m a farmer in norway,and follow the harvest on my desktop both in the morning and the evening.

  • Brian Nielsen
    Posted at 13:58h, 13 August

    Yes I if follow it on my iPhone everyday by email and Facebook

    Posted at 16:37h, 13 August

    no just a desktop

  • Leann Barker
    Posted at 20:51h, 13 August

    YES!!! I have followed All Aboard Wheat Harvest from the very beginning!!! I love it!

  • Lawrence Henry
    Posted at 22:26h, 13 August

    I follow using my laptop. When I am at the lake or on vacation I go into town, usually daily, and find a business that will let me connect to their internet so I can keep up on what is going on.

  • Jeff Crum
    Posted at 22:44h, 13 August

    On pad, on the iphone, on the desktop and in HPJ…. my 12 year old reads it with me everyday. Displaced farm kid in NM has to get the fix somehow….lol

  • Dan McGrew
    Posted at 23:31h, 13 August

    Absolutely NOT!!!!!
    Strictly using a 35-inch, flat screen HDTV Magnavox for the monitor on a MAC G-5 — Get the full impact of the reporters’ sunset photos — or the massed machines lineup.
    Found this “end of model year” demo unit on sale for less than the standard 19-inch monitor. Best computer auxiliary gear purchase ever.
    The idea of those great photos — including the crew photos — Fireworks, football, inside the cabs, repairing equipment, et al shown on a tiny hand-held mobile screen is almost nauseating in comparison.

  • Karen.
    Posted at 05:49h, 14 August

    Nope, just the computer. My phone’s not smart. 🙂

  • Brooklyn Dutson
    Posted at 21:39h, 16 August

    no just the computer. thanks for the chance!