Combine Swap


Rice farm manager, Paul Mok, standing in front of our new rice combine

Another blessing was our rice combine. It was made in Thailand and due to the low rice prices the past few years, the company went broke. No parts! No repairs! We were concerned that it was as worthless as scrap iron (physical issue). We prayed, and the “Spiritual” trumped the “physical!” One custom harvester had five machines like ours, and he wanted to buy ours so he could support his operation. We sold it for enough to purchase a new Kubota combine, and because of the size of our potential crop, we bought the second machine for less than the wholesale price, during the drought, as nothing was selling. With our supply of water we are busy fertilizing, spraying pests, and getting ready for a harvest. PTL!


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