The crop is most likely not dry enough to store, but they're getting it off the fields and into bins where aeration or actual grain dryers can bring down the moisture content. Farmers have been grabbing every chance to get their canola, and soy beans off the fields. In what was likely an all-nighter, this Lenore farmer is going Friday morning at 8:30 in standing crop. Thursday evening three combines were working in the same set of fields.
Wednesday evening, Oct. 9, around the town of Hamiota combines were roaring through the night and still going at 7 a.m.