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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.

What was your favorite harvest story the crews shared this season?

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  • Cathy Medlin
    Posted at 07:31h, 14 August

    I enjoyed stories of harvest families interacting with each other!

    • All Aboard
      Posted at 11:06h, 16 August

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  • Darl Deeds
    Posted at 08:15h, 14 August

    Actually I like all the pictures from all the harvesters. They are what makes all articles the most interesting.

  • Dusty Walsh
    Posted at 09:41h, 14 August

    I really enjoyed Megan’s adventure with the blown out tire.

  • Karen H
    Posted at 10:52h, 14 August

    The trials and tribulations of each crew and how they dealt. This seemed to be an emotional year. Also how early the harvest was from the south all the way north.

  • paul reeve
    Posted at 16:49h, 14 August

    reading about the everyday lives of the harvest crews is a story in itself,and my favorite part.

  • Brian Nielsen
    Posted at 06:40h, 15 August

    Mine would have to be Megan’s “it only takes a spark” . After reading that I felt bad for her.

  • Jan L. Severance
    Posted at 10:08h, 15 August

    So many of the stories were so good and also the pictures showed us thiers lives in actions! Job well done to all!

  • Dan McGrew
    Posted at 08:05h, 21 August

    Reading the different crew reports brings back powerful memories of earlier days when the largest truck was a three-ton dually with 44 inch high grain box, hauling directly from the old Gleaners and IH combines with 20-foot headers.
    What I would give for a chance to operate one of these modern rigs with the 40-foot header, GPS, auto-pilot, (Moisture/Weight and actual production per square yard of field on the recorder).
    We used to dream of air conditioning in the trucks. Forget the combines. Never dreamed of a grain cart or a semi reefer converted to a luxury mobile home. The lucky ones got to sleep under combines, junior crew members slept under the trucks.