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Half-time

Half-time

All Aboard Wheat Harvest Laura HaffnerPark, Kansas—I think it would be appropriate to say it is half-time for wheat harvest 2015. Most of the cutting has wrapped up for us in the area, with the exception of one combine, so the majority of the crew was at headquarters doing some much needed maintenance before the second half of wheat harvest begins. Mark ambushed the crew with his camera phone this afternoon and got some nice action shots of the activity in the yard!

The crew plans to take the first load of equipment to Colorado on Sunday. If you see us on the road, we’d love to know with a honk and wave!

Darrin, from Carrico, was out today helping with some tractor maintenance.

Pieter G. was manning the grease gun.

Michael power washing the combine.

I’m not sure that Dalton was amused with the paparazzi! 

Marnus waiting his turn to do some scrubbing.

Wian doing some deep cleaning with the power washer.

The blur of this picture must reflect the speed of Kirby on the creeper!

Also working hard, but missed the impromptu photo shoot, was Pieter T., Albert, and Jaap!

All Aboard Wheat Harvest™ is sponsored by High Plains Journal and New Holland Agriculture. You can contact Laura at laura@allaboardharvest.com.

 

1Comment
  • Tom Stegmeier
    Posted at 22:03h, 06 July

    Clean & well serviced equipment is a must in any operation ,it gives the crew a good sense of pride,