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North Central Texas—The rain finally lifted, and we’ve had several great days of running hard. We’ve been really concerned about the ground holding up after all the moisture, but knock on wood, we have been very fortunate so far and hope it stays that way....

Frederick, Oklahoma–When we go south for harvest we are very anxious to cut wheat. We did go to the field with one combine when we arrived on May 28 and cut 50 bushel wheat that weighed 61 pounds per bushel and was 12.1 percent moisture. ...

Frederick, Oklahoma – I managed to pack my bag and get out the door once again for harvest. People always ask me when I’m leaving for harvest and I honestly don’t know until the time comes as it depends heavily on the weather.  The first...

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Storms brewing to the west of Strong City, Oklahoma.[/caption] Cheyenne, OK–I’ve lived in Tornado Alley my whole life. As a matter of fact, my high school alma mater’s mascot is a Red Tornado. I’ve donned tornado apparel and cheered for tornadoes. But...