This past weekend more than two dozen combines rallied to harvest the 900 acres of corn left standing after the unexpected death of Iowa farmer Kevin Barz.
Farmers brought in 25 combines as well as many grain carts, tractors, and semis to bring in Barz’s crop to the Bradford Landus Cooperative location. The effort was made possible by “countless volunteers.”
Landus Cooperative published this video recap of the collaborative effort in the field:
Here are some tweets about the event:
Room filled with neighbors stopping for lunch 25 combines, countless grain carts and semis and all going to Bradford @LandusCoop taking out 900 acres corn for neighbor who was killed in car accident pic.twitter.com/OcKwD5X0we— April (@aprilhemmes) November 9, 2019
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