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Growing up out here has made me hate living in the city. Everything seems so harsh in comparison to this.

Growing up out here has made me hate living in the city. Everything seems so harsh in comparison to this.

Two combines (and the farmers who pilot them) and a tractor pulling a gravity wagon alongside are seen here cutting wheat in the fields north of Havre Montana.  #Agriculture #HavreMontana #Montana #MontanaPhotographers #CaseIH #Wheat #Farming #FarmPics #Equipment #Machinery #Tractors #Rural #Country #Field #Grain #Agribusiness #FarmPhotography #Harvest #Farm #Work #Working by toddklassy

Two combines (and the farmers who pilot them) and a tractor pulling a gravity wagon alongside are seen here cutting wheat in the fields north of Havre Montana. #Agriculture #HavreMontana #Montana #MontanaPhotographers #CaseIH #Wheat #Farming #FarmPics #Equipment #Machinery #Tractors #Rural #Country #Field #Grain #Agribusiness #FarmPhotography #Harvest #Farm #Work #Working by toddklassy

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Burning the midnight oil.....again! Who can relate to this?

Burning the midnight oil.....again! Who can relate to this?

Everything on Joe Bragger’s Buffalo County farm is connected and has a purpose: The cows and the chickens, the trout and the trees, the soil and the stream. He not only loves the land, but clearly sees what it can do for him and what he can do for it.

Everything on Joe Bragger’s Buffalo County farm is connected and has a purpose: The cows and the chickens, the trout and the trees, the soil and the stream. He not only loves the land, but clearly sees what it can do for him and what he can do for it.

Moody sky outside my window this morning...

Moody sky outside my window this morning...

While many regions of the U.S. have been blanketed by an unrelenting heat wave over the past few weeks, farmers are concerned that heavy rains will lower wheat crop yields this season, potentially driving up prices.

While many regions of the U.S. have been blanketed by an unrelenting heat wave over the past few weeks, farmers are concerned that heavy rains will lower wheat crop yields this season, potentially driving up prices.

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