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Photographs Speak Louder than Words

Photographs Speak Louder than Words

Southeastern Morgan County, Colorado: Last year was the first time we cut for the farmers at our current location. In that time, we learned we had some common interests and that we really enjoy the view through our cameras’ viewfinders! It’s been fun to return this year to harvest and catch up on the happenings of the last twelve months and “play cameras!” They were gracious enough to share their photos with us and agreed to allow me to share some with you as well. I’m not sure if any further description is needed since the photos speak for themselves. I selected an assortment so you could see what the crew has been up to during the last week.

I was told to give the photo credits to Lynn and her faithful four-legged assistant, Jake, but there may have been another contributor as well!

HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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HPH-2016-Morgan County, Colorado

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

1Comment
  • Charles Durham
    Posted at 16:44h, 21 July

    Being a wheat farmer till i retired these new headers are something. I have so many questions about them but they have to work right are you could not get a job. I have looked at their web-sight many times. I always say “Whats next”?