Well, it's day 7 and it's raining, again. At this rate we should finish wheat harvest by Halloween. I'm joking but I think everyone is getting tired of the stop-and-go routine. But the rain is good for the fall crops so we shall be patient. Because I don't have any stellar updates on harvest, I … Continue reading #WheatHarvest16, Where Does the Wheat Go?
It was a day of two extremes. Not wanting anyone to get cold, Mother Nature decided to crank the heat Wednesday morning. By noon the mercury was hitting 100 and by 3 p.m. it was well into the triple digits. But all that heat and humidity kicked up storms and by supper, rain, hail and … Continue reading #WheatHarvest 16, Day 2
Wheat harvest is essential to the farming process. Wheat has to move from the field to the bins. But harvest is also essential to the rural community and culture. Each year, once the combines hit the field, I hear from friends and family members who have memories, stories and a past time with combines and … Continue reading A Family Tradition