Three JD combines cut through a field of winter wheat south of Kennebec Sunday morning. The field averaged about 49 bu. per acre for owners Tom and Jerry Mundlein.
By Lucy Halverson
The haze, hanging in the air across much of Lyman County, most noticeable in the early morning and late evening hours, is a sign that wheat harvest has begun in earnest. Combines harvesting wheat and trucks hauling the grain to bin sites or local elevators throughout the county are causing the dust to hang in the air.
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