Harvest is underway across the U.S. and farmers are sharing on social media. Combines are rolling in corn, soybean and sorghum; cotton pickers are getting prepared.
Watch out for the farm equipment moving from field to field over the next few weeks. Be safe and thank you, farmers and ranchers, for all that you do to feed and clothe our world!
#harvest2020 I stood fieldside today and prayed for farm families. Lord, keep them all safe. Strengthen their bodies when they’re tired. Keep them awake when they need to be. Let them sleep when they need to. Help us all to speak kindness. And bring them home every night. Amen. pic.twitter.com/BVLNGUZ2EE— Holly Spangler (@hollyspangler) September 24, 2020
Chopping with fall colors pic.twitter.com/nsG3xjXyLv— Will Scholze (@WillScholze) September 23, 2020
Wife and I started our 44th harvest together today, hope the next 44 go as smooth!pic.twitter.com/BdN2CjhFQV— Bill (@Cornyfarmer) September 23, 2020
The weather is perfect, there’s moisture, and the monster cookies have been made.— Carrie Dotson (@CarrieDotson) September 22, 2020
It’s go time! pic.twitter.com/GCBQMI9N49
Harvest of our first soybean plot was in full swing last night. The varieties yielded between 67 and 74 bushels per acre, with the Altitudes coming out on top with 81 bu/ac! #harvest2020 @SeCan @mattrundle4 @IlonaDirksen @HarristonAg pic.twitter.com/GOQFLqtsLq— Charlene Elliott (@Char_Elliott20) September 25, 2020
It's almost my favorite time of year pic.twitter.com/wy37Fwq0UY— Delaney Foster (@DelaneyCaitlin_) September 24, 2020
Knocking some leaves off. pic.twitter.com/D37nfzR1o6— Maarten van Zielst (@txdutchman) September 23, 2020
Been an odd year for milo in Grant County. But still pretty and still turning. Let’s roll! Hickok, Kansas. @GardenCityCoop #movingforwardtogether #milo #grainsorghum #harvest2020 pic.twitter.com/i8ZNwiiQjv— Cindy Warner (@graintraderchic) September 24, 2020
Corn Harvest 2020 is a go! pic.twitter.com/hbYLAZjpm6— Blake Fennell (@bfennellfarms) September 21, 2020
#Harvest2020 Teaching the next generation the importance of #agriculture and it’s future is an absolute necessity. #Generationag Passing on these values and traditions is a blessing. #FutureFarmersofAmerica pic.twitter.com/uErxjHMwkv— Linsey (@Linsey__Tobin) September 24, 2020
Sunflowers being cut and hauled to North Dakota. Will be in a bag of David’s Sunflowers some time soon.— Troy McGann™️ (@TroyBoyMcGann) September 24, 2020
Spade, Tx pic.twitter.com/1PLJJYCO2e
Hopefully I’ll start cutting this dryland milo tomorrow pic.twitter.com/u2eSlvA2mA— Mitch Meyer (@MitchMeyer88) September 23, 2020