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2018 AAWH Survey and Giveaway

2018 AAWH Survey and Giveaway

Let us know what you thought of this year’s program and you’ll be entered in the giveaway. We’ll be giving out 5 harvest canvas prints. The survey will close Monday, Oct. 8. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and will help us improve next year’s program.

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12 Comments
  • chuck keasling
    Posted at 17:34h, 01 October

    Enjoyed allblogs about harvest

  • David McMillen
    Posted at 09:07h, 02 October

    Every year I enjoy traveling and combining wheat with your correspondents

  • Norm Rotruck
    Posted at 09:25h, 02 October

    Really enjoy following all the crews. Very interesting and I can relate in many ways. Once farming and rural life get into your blood stream it never leaves and I’m so thankful for that!

  • Johnnie Sturm
    Posted at 12:58h, 02 October

    I enjoy reading each person’s comments it brings back a lot of great times with my family combining wheat, shelling corn. I always since I was 14 yrs old cut all of the soybeans as my dad had one eye and could not judge distance and my uncle was highly allergic so soybean dust. we only had 450 tp 600 acres of beans a year. it still took awhile with 16 foot head. still thanks for the memories and keep up the great work.

  • Allan J. Polyock
    Posted at 13:03h, 02 October

    My son went on the run in 1995. I joined them for 10 days. Been hooked ever since. All of the posts are very enjoyable to read. Keep up the good work… Allan Polyock.

  • Tom Stegmeier
    Posted at 17:51h, 02 October

    This was my 10th year of following AAWH , my summer would not be the same ,without following the crews. Once a Farmer always a Farmer !!

  • Tim Astriab
    Posted at 18:26h, 02 October

    Love reading the daily comments. Makes me feel like I’m there.

  • Arthur Druffel
    Posted at 21:56h, 02 October

    It was great following the harvest. I am a farmer in PNW and just enjoy the process of the harvest from the south to north. Each story was great!!

  • James Alexander Scott, III
    Posted at 12:59h, 04 October

    i loved it this is my first year, kinda always wanted to go on one of these harvest. i am an old 70 year old semi retired farmer who grew primarily cotton but had lots of wheat, barley, oats, corn and soyabeans. i have cut way back but still enjoy farming a little bit and this coverage was great, the machinery is so much better than my old stuff, i wonder what it will be in another 50 years case ih already has some humanless equipment in experiments and i am sure it is right around the corner i especially enjoyed picking cotton with my old IH pickers, love to hear those seed rattle in the suction pipes and the smell of green cotton being picked…..keep up the good work, hope to see you next year

  • carol wessel
    Posted at 10:25h, 05 October

    I love following the harvesters in our journal paper and on facebook. When spring comes I get real anxious to start reading their updates and scour the paper weekly til I see that they are ready to head out and harvest is about to start. I love to hear how harvest is progressing, how the yields are doing and definitely love the pictures. They show the true america in the beauty of rural areas. It breaks my heart to hear the weather woes across the area. We are farmers ourselves and love to see how others, farm across the plains.

  • Randy
    Posted at 17:03h, 07 October

    Great program, very informative.

  • John Rago
    Posted at 07:21h, 12 October

    Thank you.