After a late start to the harvest season, Kansas-based High Plains Harvesting owner Ryan Haffner says wheat harvest is moving along. “Once it got going, it’s really gone fast. We had to make up time in the middle throughout the run. It was a challenge.” Haffner is cutting winter wheat in Montana. “North of Great Falls, Montana, the yields are off of average and a lot less than last year, when it was above average. We are averaging around 40 bushels/acre. It could have been better or a lot worse.”
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