If you work hard to pay your bills and put food on your table, there’s a high chance that you rarely want to miss a day’s work. After all, this could be the difference between paying your bill on time or falling into debt, and this could seriously affect your livelihood. This is especially true for farmers, who rely on themselves and themselves only to bring in their crops. However, when one particular farmer fell ill and had a heart attack, he didn’t have to worry about missing his shifts.
The Farmer In Question
Lane Unhjem hails from Divide County, North Dakota and is a well-known worker within his community. After all, his family always helps people out, and they will always be there for their neighbors without asking for anything in return. Because of this, farmers in the local area were incredibly saddened when they learned that Lane had suffered a cardiac arrest in the middle of his harvest. Not only were they concerned for his health, but they were also concerned that his turn would have a knock-on effect on his business.
Lending A Hand
The farmers didn’t even need to think twice about what they would do next. A whopping 60 farmers stopped their own work to tend to his crops and finish Lane’s harvest, and they brought all of their tools along with them. Working on his fields were 15 semis, six grain carts, and 11 combine harvesters. They all worked tirelessly to bring in all of the Canola and Durum Wheat, as they didn’t want Lane to have to worry about anything while he was recovering. His family were extremely grateful, as this meant that Lane could truly focus on getting better after his terrible experience.
Although the world can seem pretty miserable sometimes, it’s fair to say that there are some good people on this planet. These farmers deserve a round of applause.