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Harvest will return soon. Here's how beautiful it can be

Sugarbeet Grower Magazine readers show photos of the 2021 harvest.

The sun goes down on sugarbeet harvest.
Dana Weiskopf, whose family grows for American Crystal Sugar, took this photo of Aaron Kirkeby running the lifter and Lane Steer in the semi in the 2021 harvest. Dana was running the beet cart while taking photos. "Not everything aligns so magically," Dana writes. "It was a beautiful day for digging sugarbeets :)"
Courtesy / Dana Weiskopf
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Harvest soon will be upon us again. These photos of the 2021 sugarbeet harvest are a reminder of how beautiful it can be.

If you have a photo of life as a sugarbeet grower you'd like to share, please send it to jschlecht@agweek.com, with the subject line, "Photos from the field."

Sun halo over a day full of digging that was pure joy on Helm Farms by Drayton, North Dakota.
Julie Helm captured this photo of a sun halo over a day full of digging that was pure joy on Helm Farms by Drayton, North Dakota.
Courtesy / Julie Helm
The sun goes down on sugarbeet harvest.
Dana Weiskopf, whose family grows for American Crystal Sugar, took this photo of Aaron Kirkeby running the lifter and Lane Steer in the semi in the 2021 harvest. Dana was running the beet cart while taking photos. "Not everything aligns so magically," Dana writes. "It was a beautiful day for digging sugarbeets :)"
Courtesy / Dana Weiskopf
Julie Helm took this photo "near the end of an awesome day of digging beets outside of Drayton, North Dakota."
Julie Helm took this photo "near the end of an awesome day of digging beets outside of Drayton, North Dakota."
Courtesy / Julie Helm

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