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Update from Montana

Update from Montana

Cut Bank, Montana: Upon visiting with Mark this morning, I learned he and the crew have completed about a quarter of the job in Montana. He feels fortunate to have been able to make some progress as they’ve been fighting wet wheat. They received rain yesterday night so that has put a stop to things again. The crew is catching up on laundry and contemplating another visit to Glacier National Park.   Prior to the current stand still, the wheat was yielding 70-80 bushels per acre where the crops hadn’t received hail.

Below are some photos Mark captured of the Montana wheat harvest. Aren’t those large, rolling fields beautiful?

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2 Comments
  • Tom Stegmeier
    Posted at 19:46h, 09 August

    Hope the boys don’t get rinsed out,major storm warnings for all of southern Alberta today ,lets hope it miss’s the crew. Marks crew should head across the Medicine Line aka the Border as our Canuck Buck is at 76 on the green back .

    • Laura Haffner
      Posted at 13:21h, 16 August

      Hi, Tom! They have been catching rains. Thankfully they just got back in the field yesterday.