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[A slightly updated version of this video, which appeared on AgDay/RFD-TV, can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlvqwuedVQ4] A short clip profiling the work we do on our farm north of Omaha, Nebraska. Links included in the video: www.HarvestingThePotential.org www.InvestAnAcre.com www.40Chances.com www.BuffettFarmsNebraska.com
The area is rough and bumpy everywhere.
Cullan Farms wheat harvesting in Hemingford, Ne. Starts out with Meinke Custom Harvesting, then Cullan's Crew, back to Meinke Custom Harvest, and finishes at Hemingford Farmer's Coop. Unfortunately, one combine was broke down on Cullan's when I flew there. Hope you enjoy. Filmed with DJI Phantom 4.
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See more stories like this at http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories Profile of Charlie Fenster who reflects on his career as an in agricultural reserach. We meet Charlie Fenster, a man who has spent his life researching dry land farming practices. Many of his innovative approaches to farming are recognized internationally and still in use today. He reflects on his unexpected career and the future of agriculture. Producer: Kay Hall