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Thank you to our customers. I appreciate you hiring my family and I and trusting us to handle the work you provide. Hopefully you already know and have seen that we always do our very best. I’d like to thank all of the nice people...

Thousands of miles. Thousands of acres. Thousands of bushels. You’ve tagged along with Jones Harvest all summer, but we have reached the end of this year’s journey together.  Thank you for being a virtual part of the crew, for commenting and encouraging us along the...

Kansas, North Dakota, Montana—The light is at the end of the summer harvest run tunnel. The crew has finished up in southern Montana and are en route to or have started their last job respectively. This is the time of the year that the crew...

North Dakota–The entire month of August has felt like fall up here in the Dakotas. For harvesters, this takes a lot of patience as it causes us opportunity lost for income and puts us behind schedule. We need heat, wind and sunshine to cut lots...

South Dakota–The month of August has been awfully cool. What we need to make harvest progress is heat, sunshine and wind and it seems we can’t get much of any of them.  It is frustrating.  All harvesters up north are dealing with these cooler temperatures...

South Dakota–We are caught back up to the harvest again. The wheat has been borderline ready.  We have cut nice wheat though that has been yielding 60 to 70 bushels per acre.  The test weight has been 62 to 63 pounds per bushel and the...