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We want to hear from you!

We want to hear from you!

We’d like to hear your feedback on this year’s program! Take our short survey and you’ll be entered to win a harvest print giveaway. Giveaway winners will be announced on Nov. 21.

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3 Comments
  • Carlene Schemper
    Posted at 10:56h, 15 November Reply

    I cannot believe how many strangers walk up to my daughter and her dog and say “you write for the High Plains Journal. We really enjoy following you”. I feel this gives a lot of people an on-site to custom harvesting. So many don’t realize what it involves. Thank you for this program.

  • Gerald Torkelson
    Posted at 02:03h, 16 November Reply

    I love all the harvesting stories, as I was raised on a small dairy farm in Wisconsin, and grew up around machinery and cattle.

  • Chuck Cibes
    Posted at 09:45h, 16 November Reply

    I love following the wheat harvest, to see what machinery is doing the harvesting these days. Sadly, I had to leave the farm in my 20’s, but it’s still in my blood. We grew wheat and other small grain and raised cattle in SE Kansas. I always say that my most favorite thing to do is to combine wheat when it’s standing, it’s not muddy, and everything’s working like it’s supposed to. Some of the worst is when it’s laying down and you’re fighting mud, etc. I love seeing the different crews, the pictures, the videos, the trials and accomplishments. Combine cam is great, when it’s available, which I don’t catch very often. When I was running a combine MANY years ago, it was great, it took all of your attention. If something quit, you might not know what it was, but you knew you better be shutting things down in a hurry. Now, it looks like it’s all automated, you’re riding in air conditioned luxury, and not paying a whole lot of attention, just letting the auto combine do it’s thing. Probably not like that at all, but it’s a lot different than being out in the heat or cold with no cab and nothing auto. Keep up the good work, I love it!!

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