Harvesting America

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    High quality hay has been hard to find the last few years. Farmers across the country including Kari Hollman from Minnesota cut, windrow, and bale their own beautiful hay.

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    Take a drive through New York, and you're likely to see vineyards galore! Farmers for the Future member James Militello shows us his fantastic concord grape crop.

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    Corn is a common landscape in Wisconsin, but you probably haven't seen this equipment in too many places. John D. Young raves about custom harvesting from his friends at Dairyland Choppers.   

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    When you think of Washington, the first crop you think of may not be wheat. Bryce Struckmeier and his neighbors team up to harvest the hills of wheat they produce.

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    Pennsylvania farmer, Dave Kreer, looks out over fields of wheat and his second cutting of alfalfa for the growing season. 
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    It's cotton country down in Georgia! Brittany Smith Saylor shared this photo of their harvest using a 9996 cotton picker.

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    Up in Montana, Paul Kanning was hard at work with his rookie harvest season when he snapped a shot of his first crop of spring wheat. Looking good!

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    Picturesque blue skies made way for at least a few days of harvest this fall in Iowa. With low corn prices hanging around, expect to see more soybeans in the Midwest this year! Photo courtesy of Kacey Birchmier.

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    James Militello (New York) tends to a few different crops that you won't find in much of the U.S. including strawberries, concord grapes, and black raspberries (shown).

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    Paul Kanning is at it again! He helps his neighbors with their spring wheat harvest when he's not tending to his own crops.

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    We have hardworking, diligent farmers all across America producing and harvesting crops of all shapes and sizes. Some land is best tended to by letting cattle graze as Michael does with this pasture in Kansas.

We may be in the heart of the corn belt, but members on Farmers for the Future grow & harvest much more.

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