Wheat harvest is still going strong! I wanted to share a nice write-up Kansas Wheat did on Adam. According to Kansas Wheat, “Each year more than 20,000 Kansas wheat farmers take dramatic risks to grow the wheat that feeds the world.” They hope readers enjoy learning more about these farmers through their current series, the “Faces of Harvest.”
Each year, more than 20,000 Kansas wheat farmers take dramatic risks to grow the wheat that feeds the world. We hope you enjoy learning more about these farmers through our series, the “Faces of Harvest.”
After graduating from Kansas State University with a major in agronomy, Adam Baldwin returned to the family farm in McPherson County to become the family’s fifth generation to farm wheat.
With his wife Kim and 7 month old son Banks, and in conjunction with his father, Dwight, Adam runs a no-till, mainly dryland farm, where wheat is the most important crop.
Harvest is a special time for the Baldwin family; family and friends gather to help bring in the crop. Some members of the group have harvested with the family for more than 20 years.
“It’s a life reunion, not just a family reunion. People from all over, coming together to accomplish one…
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