Hats through the combine, cook-outs, and naps — what's your post-harvest tradition?


Traditions evolve over time — sometimes a significantly difficult time spurs an increased focus on gratitude, or a record-setting sale price or yield requires a big celebration.

When harvest wraps up, whether it’s the last acre through the combine or the last calf sold, it’s important to step back, reflect, and indulge just a little in traditions that reflect the meaning of capping off another production year.

That thinking has inspired this week’s poll. We want to know: what is your end-of-harvest tradition?

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