In the stress of the occasion, Unhjem went into cardiac arrest and was rushed to the hospital.
But his farm is harvested as neighbors, family and friends wasted no time stepping as much as assist end the job.
Around 60 farmers in Divide County put their harvesting on maintain to assist the Unhjems, utilizing all their very own tools.
The group used 11 combines, six grain carts and 15 tractor-trailers to complete harvesting Unhjem’s Durum wheat and canola. Using the facility of group, they harvested 1,000 acres in seven hours.
Those who assisted say letting the Unhjem’s crops go unharvested would’ve been a giant loss for the household and serving to out was simply frequent sense.
“Everybody knows the Unhjems, and they’re good people and good in the community, and it’s just kind of the farming way of life, too. You help your neighbor out when they need it, and don’t expect anything in return,” Binde advised KFYR.
After being flown to a hospital in Minot, Lane Unhjem is in steady situation, however his household says he has a protracted highway of restoration forward.