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Lindsey Orgain – Orgain Harvesting

Lindsey Orgain – Orgain Harvesting

Lindsey Orgain is somewhat new to the harvest trail.

She and her husband, Jason, have Orgain Harvesting in Cheyenne, Oklahoma.

It is the 11th season in the business, but it was in 2014, two years after she married Jason, that Lindsey decided to quit her job and come aboard full-time for the annual harvest journey.

The Orgains cut wheat from Oklahoma to Montana then start a fall run in north-central Oklahoma. In addition to the harvesting business, they also farm about 2,500 acres and have about 500 head of stockers and cow/calf pairs—depending on the time of the year—with Jason’s parents.

Jason and Lindsey have a 4-year-old son, Mason, and a 1-year-old daughter, Ivy, who was born at the beginning of the harvest season in May 2017.

“I’m excited to share our harvest journey with All Aboard Wheat Harvest for another year,” she said.

Hardin, Montana - We’ve made our way up the harvest trail to our final stop in Hardin. Since we left home, we’ve made stops in McDonald, Kansas, Sidney, Nebraska and Chadron, Nebraska. We made it to McDonald on June 26th. The combine didn’t see much action, but we were blessed to be able to help out another harvest crew with our support equipment. The rain seemed to move in almost every evening while we were there. When the combine was in the field, we saw 60 bushels per acre yields.

Durham, Oklahoma- Whew! It has been a whirlwind of a month to say the least. I’m not sure where June went, but it was here and gone before I knew it. We’ve been busy with a little bit of everything and finally feel like we’re in “harvest mode.” Our cotton is planted, wheat harvest has started, and we welcomed the newest member of our family.



We welcomed our precious little girl, Ivy Jo, on May 24th. She has been an absolute blessing to all of us. Her big brother thinks she’s the cutest thing he’s ever seen, and he is sure

Cheyenne, Oklahoma - On the afternoon of June 10th we had the privilege of welcoming four guys from the Boys Town Ranch in Edmond, Oklahoma- a ministry of the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. It is always neat to have a chance to educate anyone on what goes on during harvest, but especially some young, eager minds.

Cheyenne, OK- Wheat harvest is near, but we have a “few” things to do before then. I am Lindsey Orgain with Orgain Harvesting in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. This will be my husband Jason’s 12th year in business. We were married on May 5, 2012 and were in Grandfield, Oklahoma cutting wheat on May 7. Talk about a romantic honeymoon! I cannot believe that was five years ago.