Bruce 'won' 2 bags of Champion beans, if he bought 2 bags, think everyone got that deal? We saw the dealer at the Clay Co Fair and Bruce asked if he was doing any weigh wagon comparisons to see how they yielded and Guy told him to call a day or so and he would be down.
There were two varieties of beans in this field so Bruce combined one and dumped it into the weigh wagon.
Guy takes a weight, moisture test and who knows what other calculations to come up with the bushels per acre.
Then the beans are run up into the waiting wagon. As you can see, his little spout doesn't reach very far into this big wagon so Bruce was up there pushing them back from the sides with his hands. I was in the tractor trying to gently pull forward to spread them out, I did not want to catapult Bruce out over the back.
It was hard, I was trying to see him, because with all the noise I couldn't hear Bruce, plus keep a foot on the brake because we were on a slope and the full wagon kept trying to roll everything backwards.
Luckily we all survived, I don't need this stress, just let me drive to town.
And the beans tested very good but they didn't beat the Fontanelle, Roger will be happy to hear that.