Fair season, followed by harvest season

Created: 8/20/21 (Fri) | Topic: Leadership

By Pete Hanebutt, NDFB Public Policy Director

As we near Labor Day and the end of summer, schools start back up and older students head off to college. The county fair season has just about run its course and only a few late summer and fall fairs remain. With this end-of-the-fair season, another season begins across North Dakota: the traditional harvest season. Since we live in a wheat state, a lot of our harvest has already taken place, but we still have corn and soybeans, plus we have sunflowers, a crop which North Dakota leads the nation in production, regardless of the Kansas state motto. We’re blessed to be the home of dozens of crops being harvested all across our great state.

Another harvest is also taking place for a lot of 4-H families...

Read the rest of Pete's post on My NDFB Life.

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