Country Life

Bleak harvest

THE rumble of the combines has continued far into the night, each one moving across the land like some great tank: lights blazing, dust blowing, gathering huge swathes of corn and leaving a trail of straw as it spits out grain into the trailer moving alongside. No one stops for a moment as they strive to get the harvest in while the weather

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