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Bryce White : I'm a custom cutter from western Kansas. We harvest from Texas to Montana and it's hectic but I went back for 4 years so I must love it.
douglasnvideo : Thanks so much for sharing. I was very blessed by your presentation My family was originally from the central Nebraska area and know all about wheat farming (and corn). I am from So Cal coast and just know of it :) through family stories of the farm days. I have been back to the mid west many times and enjoy the quieter "community farm life” of neighbors helping and watching for one another. Blessings! 
christina jokerst : did you pick your wheat in july
joshua wager : How big of a farm does your family have
magna59 : I would have through the favorite part for all of you would be "the end" , not that you did not enjoy it , but that it s "safe", it s money in the bank and you don't have to look over your shoulder for the storm . You said that you were 11%,3% below max moisture levels , what is that 1/2 a day to a day, lost . Can you not test on the farm and get started earlier, or do they have to see it at the elevator ?
Emily Root : I'm from central Kansas as well and I work as a farm hand during harvest. You have no clue how cool it is to me that you guys are doing this. I love harvest and the farm; and I'm not even doing it on a daily basis. It's just nice to see that someone else enjoys it as much as I do and that they are sharing it.
Dragon Aplow : Why do you have to bale so quickly? Why couldn't the baler come by the next day or something? Does it have something to do with the moisture?
hanif choudhary : farming harvesting.......