The harvest route for Schroeder Harvesting, Inc normally starts in the northern edge of Texas around the 20th of May. From there we continue on to the Oklahoma/Kansas border where we have a short stay. Then we make the move to southwest Kansas and continue on to eastern Colorado. Our last stop for our summer run takes us to the southwestern corner of North Dakota.
The crops that we harvest normally consists of hard red winter wheat and white wheat until we get to our stop in North Dakota. We then harvest durum, spring wheat, and some canola. After we are done in North Dakota we make the move south to the panhandle of Texas for our fall run. We spend normally about two months at one location shelling conventional and organic corn, harvesting seed milo and the occasional organic soybeans.