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Today's post is a continuation of my previous post where I answered specific questions from an AAWH follower, Win. One of the questions he asked was about customers. It appears that you (i.e. harvesters) drive from one farm to another harvesting the crop of individual farmers;...

Hoffman Harvesting just got rained out. Yesterday our crew that was cutting in Lemmon moved back to Gettysburg to began cutting spring wheat, while the crew on the farm was able to start harvesting our spring wheat. Unfortunately, things were put to a stop as we are getting rained...

Hoffman Harvesting is at home awaiting the spring wheat to ripen in the Gettysburg/ Bowdle/ Faulkton areas. Today, Leon, James and Johan took a test spin west of our farm but didn't have any luck. The wheat was too wet to be cut and...

Scott Clark talks about American Quality’s move across South Dakota and the frustration of not being able to find ripe wheat to harvest. Fellow harvesters and friends often refer to custom harvesting as a lifestyle. Although I do agree that it is a unique lifestyle;...