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On the farm: Summer '10 photos
Fairest of the Fair
Danielle Hammer was crowned Fairest of the Fair at Wisconsin's Dodge County fair. "I wanted to become Fairest of the Fair to be a spokesperson for my community, and to encourage more kids to stay active within 4-H," she says.
Craig Bolte, of Columbus, Indiana, shared this photo of his Case IH 1460 cutting doublecrop beans.
Kyle Schultheis, of Colton, Washington, posted this photo of wheat harvest on the Palouse.
Ready to roll
Rod Tangeman, of Seneca, Kansas, posted this photo of his trucks ready for harvest to begin. "We're just getting ready for corn harvest," he says. "We will be starting maybe by the end of the week."
"We were trying to run drainage tile through about eight acres of muck," says Greg Seifert, of Columbia City, Indiana. "What was supposed to be a two-day job ended up taking a week."
"This farmyard actually sits on Border Road, which Americans and Canadians share. It truly is the border road!" says Laura, of Sweetgrass, Montana.
Virginia Nancy Dove, of Appleton City, Missouri, posted this photo of her border collie, Rob. Though they had some trouble getting her to cooperate with the sheep, "she is always quiet with the cattle," she says.
Evaluating the lambs
Cade Christensen shared this photo of himself sorting through lambs. "I have been involved in livestock judging for several years, and competed at the state conference this year," he says.