All Aboard Harvest | Thank You For Another Great Year
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Thank You For Another Great Year

The 2012 wheat harvest has been an exciting and noteworthy harvest. Combines were rolling in the fields as early as May 8, and activity that early was unprecedented.

All of us at High Plains Journal and Syngenta would like to thank everyone who made the 2012 All Aboard Wheat Harvest possible. We would like to thank our hard-working correspondents for their efforts to give us the latest reports direct from the field. We had a talented group of women out in the field telling the story of wheat harvest.

Jada, Emma, Taylor, Callie, Megan and Stephanie did an outstanding job keeping us up to date on the progress of harvest, and kept us informed and entertained throughout the summer.

Thank you to all of our loyal followers, contributing sponsors, and all who make up the All Aboard Wheat Harvest community. Your support is appreciated.

Our correspondents are now heading home, or starting school, and some are beginning the fall harvest.

Thanks again for a great wheat harvest, and we’ll see you next year.

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  • david alexander
    Posted at 14:46h, 28 August

    thanks for a great a farmer myself we think about getting everything ready for either spring planting or fall harvest is hard , but think if we had to load trucks with combines, grain carts and everything else just to harvest and then having to drive 1000 of miles just to get a crop in. they work hard out there on the wheat trail just to make a living. GOD BLESS ALL THE CREWS FOR THE GREAT LOGS THEY SHARED WITH EVERYONE

  • Charles Marvin Gore
    Posted at 10:22h, 30 August

    I am in Northeast Arkansas for Labor Day. with the Trpical storem Isaac moving up the Mississippi River Corn and Rice farmes are pushing to put up as much of the crop as possible. Corn harvest is much futher along than Rice and should not get as much damage. There is from 6 inches to a foot of rain forcast for the area within 100 miles of Memphis, TN with 30 to 40 miles per hour winds. This will cause lodging problems with Rice. The Cotton crop will have loss depending on how much rain and wind that comes in a given area. The media have not talked about Soybeans, but the damage will be mostly from fooding.

  • Tracy
    Posted at 16:12h, 31 August

    I’d like to thank YOU, High Plains Journal, for giving US the opportunity to share our lifestyle and the job we love! I’m so thankful you created this opportunity for us to tell our stories and it has turned into an award winning project for you! I know there are, by far, more people aware of the custom harvester and the job we do for the American farmer. We care about the job we do and know that it is essential in getting the crops harvested in a timely and efficient manner. As long as there’s crops to cut, the custom harvester will remain on the trail doing their best in getting the grain to market! I look forward to the 2013 summer wheat harvest and the stories and adventures that will be told through High Plains Journal and All Aboard Wheat Harvest!