A helpful harvest

When it is time for the crops to come in, they must come in regardless of how farmers are feeling. On Tuesday morning calls were made to local farmers on behalf of Keith Bosch. Bosch was not feeling well due to issues related to his health. Within hours his neighbors and friends were on the property with equipment ready to get the job done. By early afternoon there were five combines working the fields, eight semis and four grain carts moving the harvest out of the field and to the New Vision Terminal north of Hills. The terminal agreed to stay open until all of the crops were in. After the day was completed nearly 240 acres had been cleared. Jack Paulsen who was there to help said, “That is one of the good things about living here – if someone is under the weather we come together to make sure everything gets done.”


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