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Wheat harvest is in full swing, earlier by weeks than most can remember. There are a wide variety of options for following the harvest online.

May 29, 2012

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Wheat harvest is in full swing, earlier by weeks than most can remember.

Readers can follow along on Facebook by visiting:

Harvest followers can get the latest news on Twitter from @TexasWheat, @KansasWheat, @coloradowheat, @NebraskaWheat or @NEwheatie.

Kansas Wheat began its daily harvest updates on Wednesday, with written and audio reports available directly at http://www.kansaswheat.org/. Updates from Kansas will also be marked on Twitter with #kswheatharvest12.

Of course, the All Aboard Harvest blog, written by custom harvesters working their way through the heartland, provides perhaps the best view of wheat harvest as it moves north. The blog is at http://www.allaboardharvest.com/, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/allaboardharvest or on Twitter at @AllAboardTour.

Have a suggestion for a good harvest source? Send it to wheatworld (at) wheatworld.org or @wheatworld on Twitter.

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