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Holdrege, Nebraska – I just can’t wait to get on the road again! Laugh out loud! How can it be harvest time again already? I am Janel Schemper and a third generation U.S. custom harvester. I cannot wait to be back in the fields harvesting...

Holdrege, Nebraska – I got home from North Dakota on September 11th and started cutting soybeans on September 13th. Fall harvest was quickly in full swing which made me very happy! I cut for 16 consecutive days and had big dreams of harvesting all fall...

Park, Kansas - The crew has made it back to our headquarters in northwest Kansas. It was a nearly immediate change over, service, and now they are in the field picking high moisture corn and soybeans. Its crazy how quickly things move and that it...

Northern Montana - We currently have crews in three areas including southern Montana, northern Montana, and North Dakota. Mark and the crew have a diverse menu of crops to harvest up north. Green peas, winter wheat, spring wheat, chick peas, and mustard rounds out the...