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Lodgepole, Nebraska - The harvest trail can offer so many uncertainties.  For me, our camper is about the only constant, for sure thing we’ve got…it’s home.  I think having two little ones in-tow makes it that much more of a necessity.  I’ll be the first...

Chappell, Nebraska – Typically when we are out west cutting wheat the days are filled with plenty of amber waves of grain to harvest and getting a day off is just a wish! Wet conditions have slowed our progress and my only wish lately has...

Morgan County, Colorado:  Disclaimer – If you are here for crop stats, skip this post.  If you are interested in reading the “life musings” of Laura, continue! I recently had the opportunity to add to my “community” this spring. Last fall, Tracy Zeorian reached out with the...

Sidney, Nebraska – It’s been hot and windy and we have been busy cutting wheat lately. The yields have been anywhere from 25 to 60 bushels per acre.  The wheat quality has varied.  The test weights 57 to 65 lbs and the protein 9-12%.  If...

Southwest Nebraska - It’s still unreal to me that we had nothing to cut in western Kansas. I didn’t get to use my Shelbourne header much in Kansas this year.  Blue header time is one of my favorite times during wheat harvest.  I’m disappointed. We spent...