Just a little of this and that.


The equipment has to be fueled up every morning.  To completely fill the combine with diesel, costs approximately from $500 to $600, depending on the price.  GULP.  Best not think about it too much.

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Again, breakdowns are part of harvest.  We always feel happy when it’s something that can be fixed quickly.

He is so handy!
He is so handy!

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Through the combine window…

Mule Deer
Mule Deer

I love to see the wildlife that have made a home in the field.


Keep on cutting.


10 thoughts on “HARVEST BITS

  1. Donkey Driver October 15, 2015 / 12:20 pm

    We are cutting Grain Sorghum, also called Milo around here. It’s used in animal feed. I keep some for my animals and grind it. I get all the “scraps” for my chickens and for bird seed. I believe it’s sold in some health food stores. It does make good cornbread!

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  2. Ann Coleman October 16, 2015 / 1:14 pm

    I used to live in central Kansas when I was growing up, and I remember the farmers planting milo in the summer, and then winter wheat in the fall. That was harvested in the spring. Your blog brings back some good memories!

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