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Win A Harvest 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.

Would you rather run a combine, or the grain cart?

AGSECO, Inc. is a group of regional seed companies who cooperatively market wheat genetics in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Nebraska. By licensing varieties from WestBred, AGSECO Companies are able to efficiently & cost effectively produce and market the finest varieties available in their local trade regions.

WestBred, a unit of Monsanto Company, is a premier research and development company for cereal grains in North America. WestBred products combine a rich tradition of growing experience with leading edge technologies to create some of the finest cereal grain seed available today. Their primary hard winter wheat research facility is located near Haven, Kansas and is under the direction of Dr. Sid Perry, a world-class wheat breeder.

From its initial start-up of nine like-minded Kansas seed producers, AGSECO has grown to over 40 Associates in four states. AGSECO is committed to continuing to grow and expand into areas currently not serviced by our Associates.

This partnership between the WestBred group and AGSECO, Inc. provides wheat farmers with the opportunity to profit from unique wheat genetics available exclusively from AGSECO Associates.

To learn more, visit AGSECO online today at

All Aboard would like to say thank you to AGSECO, for supporting the 2012 wheat harvest. For more information contact

To enter scroll down and leave a reply.We will announce a winner at 2 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, July 11.

  • David Taft
    Posted at 13:05h, 09 July

    I would rather run the combine, nothing better than running it and unloading on the go

    • All Aboard
      Posted at 14:07h, 11 July

      You are a winner!

  • Brian Sieker
    Posted at 13:44h, 09 July

    Definately the Combine! If I could drive a combine every day, I would.

  • Joshua Behnke
    Posted at 15:34h, 09 July

    All depends. Grain cart gets breaks combine NEVER does. But I personally myself wouldn’t want anyone taking over my combine.

  • Allen Watlers
    Posted at 16:43h, 09 July

    combine for sure not a better place to be

  • Jeff Fuks
    Posted at 16:48h, 09 July

    I would run a combine. Running through the wheat feilds and make sure you don’t run a rock though the combine. After long say of combine. You have to get up in the morning do it over again

  • Leann Barker
    Posted at 17:39h, 09 July

    The combine!!! But have done both.

  • Dale Doezema
    Posted at 18:52h, 09 July

    I’d rather run the combine!! Duh!