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Wheat harvest is a family business in Kingman

Eric Miller checks the oil while filling the fuel tank of his grain truck at the Plains Equity Exchange Coop in Plains, Kan., Thursday, June 15, 2000. High fuel prices are taking their toll on farmers profits from this years wheat harvest. (AP Photo ...

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More extreme weather could mean less wheat for Kansas

Eric Miller checks the oil while filling the fuel tank of his grain truck at the Plains Equity Exchange Coop in Plains, Kan., Thursday, June 15, 2000. High fuel prices are taking their toll on farmers profits from this years wheat harvest. (AP Photo ...

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Kansas wheat harvest looks to be poor one this year, ag experts say

Eric Miller checks the oil while filling the fuel tank of his grain truck at the Plains Equity Exchange Coop in Plains, Kan., Thursday, June 15, 2000. High fuel prices are taking their toll on farmers profits from this years wheat harvest. (AP Photo ...

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Restored 'The Third Man' emerges again from the shadows

It contains one of the finest movie scores (Anton Karas' indelible zither), one of the truly great scenes (Orson Welles' "cuckoo clock") and almost certainly the most spectacular foot chase ever. "The Third Man" somehow encapsulates so many of the ...

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Expectations low as Kansas wheat harvest begins

Eric Miller checks the oil while filling the fuel tank of his grain truck at the Plains Equity Exchange Coop in Plains, Kan., Thursday, June 15, 2000. High fuel prices are taking their toll on farmers profits from this years wheat harvest. (AP Photo ...

www.kansas.com June 12, 2014

Wheat tour members find crop in worse shape than in 2013

Eric Miller checks the oil while filling the fuel tank of his grain truck at the Plains Equity Exchange Coop in Plains, Kan., Thursday, June 15, 2000. High fuel prices are taking their toll on farmers profits from this years wheat harvest. (AP Photo ...

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State's wheat crop forecast to yield 18% less

Eric Miller checks the oil while filling the fuel tank of his grain truck at the Plains Equity Exchange Coop in Plains, Kan., Thursday, June 15, 2000. High fuel prices are Nathan Zimmerman, 7, front, and his brother Shane, 5, play in freshly cut ...

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Wheat harvest is a family business in Kingman - Wichita Eagle

During the school year, the four Boswell boys are miles apart – all enrolled at different colleges in different fields of study. But during the summer, they all work within a five-mile radius of each other in Kingman County, doing work that provides common ground for all of them. Harvest is in full swing now, and in addition to being a financial boon for area farmers, families like the Boswells relish the opportunity to bond as a family the old-fashioned way: under a sweltering hot June sun. “It’s neat to see in the summertime, when they have some time away from school, they all come back to farm,” said Kellie Boswell, who during harvest doubles as family mother and a Rago elevator worker. “You know, you can take the boy out of the farm but you can’t take the farm out of the boy. rather, it works for other Kingman-area farmers and for Farmer’s Co-op grain elevators. There are three main roles in working a harvest: running a combine and cutting the grain, driving grain cars or semis to the grain elevator, and taking in the grain at the elevator. The oldest, Blake Boswell, 23, manages the Kingman grain elevator with three other workers – one who is an EMT, one who is a pre-medicine student, and a third who is in high school. After nearly losing his leg in a grain elevator accident years ago, Blake Boswell continues to work at the same elevator, unloading grain trucks just feet from where his leg got caught in a machine.

More extreme weather could mean less wheat for Kansas - Kansas.com

It’s hard to put into words how central wheat farming is to Kansas. Kansas is usually tops in the nation in wheat production. For those who like a picture: In 2012 Kansas farmers produced enough wheat to bury the entire town of Wellington, county seat in the state’s top wheat-producing county, to a depth of 5 feet – or enough to make 20 billion to 25 billion loaves of... In fact, Kansas has had an off-and-on drought since 2011. A team of climate scientists say in a recently published study that we may see that more often. They say that for every 1 degree increase in average world temperatures, the globe – including our little rectangle of it – will lose 6 percent of its wheat production. The globe will see temperatures rise 1 to 3 degrees Celsius by the year 2100, according to an optimistic scenario cited by the U. S. Department of Agriculture in its 2013 assessment of the impact of climate change on U. S. agriculture. In a less optimistic scenario the temperature would increase 2 to 5. 4 degrees by 2100. And while the whole subject of climate change is controversial in some places, many farmers acknowledge that they – or their children – expect to have to deal... Farmers are pretty pragmatic, said Tom Giessel, a fourth-generation crop farmer with about 4,500 acres near Larned. Like most people, they tend to deal with the things that will affect them in the near future.

Kansas wheat harvest looks to be poor one this year, ag experts say - Kansas.com

A line of heavy farm equipment drives past a wheat field as the custom crew goes from one field to another near Pratt, Kan. , June 20, 2001. The large, 36-foot cutting heads enable the combines to cut a swath 108 feet wide when theyre running together. Nathan Zimmerman, 7, front, and his brother Shane, 5, play in freshly cut wheat in the back of their fathers truck while their grandfather Vernon Kisner cuts a field southeast of Antonino, Kan. , Saturday, June 10, 2000. The Zimmermans began cutting Saturday afternoon as harvest began to pick up in Ellis County. The 1999 wheat harvest in southwest Kansas is on hold as overnight storms made the fields to wet to cut or enter. ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS OF JUNE 23-24 -- Phyll McGonigle cuts wheat on his farm north of Nickerson, Kan. , Monday, June 18, 2001. With half of the United States' hard red winter wheat going into the export market, the discovery of Karnal bunt at the southernmost edge of the nation's bread basket just as the wheat harvest was moving northward sent... , takes a test sample of wheat from a truck before it dumps its load at ADA Grain in Minneapolis, Kan. , Sunday, June 24, 2001. ADA Grain owner Ray McGavran said that recent rains have hurt the test weights of the wheat coming to the elevator. McGavran said that test weights were near 63, but now are closer to 58. (AP Photo/The Salina Journal,.

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Distributor of grandfather, grandmother, tall case, hall & floor clocks. Available in 76.5 in. or 86.25 in. heights, 19.25 in. or 23 in. widths & 10.75 in. or 14 in. depths with lights, chimes, pull chain or key wound power & cable or chain drives.

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First nominee for by-election

Howard Miller Scott, of Dunedin, was nominated by Warwick and Maureen ... enough that some people when I'm out on the street say 'Oh, those kids are with their grandfather'.''

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Amazing Grandfather Clock at Angel View Temecula!

Now available at Temecula's Angel View Resale Boutique: Howard-Miller Limited Edition Cherry Grandfather Clock. A beautiful timepiece in excellent working condition (we had it thoroughly check by a local expert)! $899.99 + tax (original list price ...

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Howard Miller Curio Grandfather Clock

Howard Miller Curio Grandfather Clock model #610-844 serial # MF0010020400. Light colored oak wood,mirrored back, glass shelves and lighted. Westminster chimes every quarter hour with night time shut off. Excellent condition and works perfectly.

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Grandfather clock trophy unique to Martinsville Speedway

Freddy Lorenzen won the first grandfather clock at Martinsville Speedway on Sept. 27, 1964. Ridgeway Clocks made the famous 7-foot clocks near Martinsville Speedway until 2004, when Howard Miller Co. bought out the company and moved operations to Zeeland, ...

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