Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Brody Harshbarger works his second crop of hay

Late Summer Weather Slowing Harvest in Upper Valley

Ashton--In Fremont County outside of Ashton, Brody Harshbarger is rolling over hay after a week of rainstorms. This is Harshbarger's second crop. Barley and wheat are still too green to cut after falling two weeks behind because of a late spring. But Harshbarger reports that when harvest comes they'll have record yields.

Brody Harsbarger surveys his Barley crop on Tuesday outside of Ashton.


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