Memories of Combines

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Audio by Anna Boiko-Weyrauch

Photos by J.B. Forbes and Barbara Fomina

In 1920, Steve Klute’s great-grandfather bought 120 acres in Atchison County. Today Steve, his father Duane, and his son, Zachary, raise corn and soybeans on 1,400 acres. For him, farming is as much an occupation as a lifestyle.

He told reporter Anna Boiko-Weyrauch his early memories of farming.

Listen to his story

– Copy Edited by Cade Cleavelin


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