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Visiting Hours

Visiting Hours

Lyons, Kansas — Osowski Ag Service had some visitors at our field yesterday. A few representatives from AG am in Kansas, out of Topeka, came out to our field to give us our own little debut. We discussed a little bit of everything from yields to an Osowski Ag history lesson and had a whole lot of laughs in between.

During the filming process, ominous clouds were inching closer and closer to our field. We joked about how the whole situation was going to be cut short before it could even begin. The good news: We finished up all the filming and photography before the clouds set in. The bad news: The clouds did set in and we have been shut down for an undetermined period of time. That can only mean one thing—nap time.

Video crew from AgAm.

Video crew from AG am in Kansas.

Purple on cam.

Purple on cam.

Interviewing.

Interviewing.

Steph and Jim from AgAm.

Steph with Jim from AG am in Kansas.

 

Shows how things really went the entire time. We had a great time!

Shows how things really went the entire time. We had a great time!

Getting some footage.

Getting some footage.

Done for the day, thanks clouds.

Done for the day, thanks clouds.

Dad (Bob), Brandon, Steph and Peter.

Here comes the storm.

Here comes the storm.

I think we are done for.

I think we are done for.

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

2 Comments
  • Dan McGrew, now of North Carolina
    Posted at 08:21h, 25 June

    The lower photo of the professional Farm Broadcaster (Surely a member of the NFBA) and the much more attractive harvester proves that with some people you can’t take the boy outof the country — or the country out of the boy.
    How high did the Great Plains thunderheads climb that afternoon?

    • Steph Osowski
      Posted at 23:23h, 30 June

      Thank you for your comment, Dan! 🙂 The thunderheads only looked alarming, they didn’t do us much harm.