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We’re Cuttin’ Wheat!

We’re Cuttin’ Wheat!

This year has been totally unpredictable, as most of you know. Thankfully, we’re cutting wheat in South Dakota. We get to end the year on a good note! Misener Family Harvesters have been cutting for this particular customer, Buck, for over 40 years. He’s like family!

The wheat averaged right at 30 bushels per acre. The moisture was really up and down due to early morning dews and the never ending humidity of South Dakota. Overall, the final moisture result was 12.5 percent. The best wheat we have cut this year! Haha! It was nice to be in the combine, even if it was only for a couple of days.

Here’s a few pictures of our week.

Emma: Good Ending
Leslie came north with us this trip. We always love having him around. He and Dan were just getting ready to take a sample.

Emma: Good Ending
Good to go!

Emma: Good Ending
The farmer we are cutting for likes to drop the straw to bale.

Emma: Good Ending
Our dogs Jesse and Heidi enjoying some time out in the field.

Emma: Good Ending

Emma: Good Ending
Buck has some owls posted along the borders of his field to try and keep the pesky geese away from the crops. Heidi was really curious!

Emma: Good Ending

Emma: Good Ending

Emma: Good Ending

A bittersweet ending to a season. Of course, it always is though, huh?

Be safe and God bless!

All Aboard Wheat Harvest™ is sponsored by High Plains Journal and New Holland Agriculture. Emma can be reached at emma@allaboardharvest.com. 

2 Comments
  • DALE MOORE
    Posted at 14:16h, 20 August

    HI
    I really enjoy all of the posts from the all aboard harvest crews.
    I stay all nite in Elk City in March and enjoyed the depot restuarant.
    I found your shop bur no one was around. You have a wonderful collectionof old tractors.
    I cut wheat and barley around Chester MT for 16 years in the 50’s and 60’s. so I go out to western KS to smell the wheat every July and have met most of contributors to all aboard wheat harvest.You are the only one I have not made contact with to date.
    Dale Moore a retired farmer in Stromsburg NE.

  • charles durham
    Posted at 21:13h, 21 August

    Glad u’ll had a safe year. Be looking for your emails next year.
    Thanks for the packages of gifts My grandson put the yellow T-shirt on an we had to tell me it needed washing. He loves yellow an the shirt Thanks again
    Charles Durham
    Knox City, Texas