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Shattuck, OK: The Z Crew has been in the field for two and a half days and it already feels like it’s been a month. It is amazing how fast we get back into the groove of wheat harvest. Mom … finish reading Z Crew: Back into the Groove
The phrase “widdle away” is one my Dad has always used. It’s not his trademark, but it is definitely in his top-5 favorite phrases. To us, it means that we are able to get work accomplished consistently day to day. … finish reading Steph: Widdle away
Shattuck, Okla: Tuesday June 11th, the Z Crew was supposed to hit the road. Through a series of events and the simple fact we weren’t ready to leave, we did not start our trip to Oklahoma until Wednesday. Wednesday was … finish reading Z Crew: Goodbye Nebraska, Hello Oklahoma!
Cutting has been going strong since we arrived here on Tuesday afternoon. We have been able to cut around 600 acres a day with the two combines we have working away in the fields. Our farmer has his own combine, … finish reading Steph: Another day in the books
Texas- Wheat and oats were maturing around the state. Harvest activity increased in many areas. Some producers cut back on irrigation to let fields dry before harvest. Oklahoma- Harvest of wheat began in limited areas. Wheat heading was virtually complete … finish reading Limited Harvesting in Southern Plains