June 03, 2018 Slideshows » Columns

Creating a family legacy with pictures 

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Sean Cayton
Uncle David drives to a field to begin harvesting soybeans at sunrise.
Sean Cayton
A soybean field ready to be harvested on the family farm in southeast Kansas.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David is in his 70's and still farms the ground his great, great, great grandfather Jacob Ungeheuer homesteaded shortly after the Civil War.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David climbs into the combine to harvest soybeans.
Sean Cayton
The cutters of the combine.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David removes mud and weeds from the blades of the combine.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David drives his combine near a grain elevator used to store the soybean harvest.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David works on the combine.
Sean Cayton
Soybean is the main crop my family plants on the farm. In addition to soybean, we plant corn and wheat.
Sean Cayton
My cousin Wesley at his shop in southeast Kansas. He's the only one of 13 cousins that still farms but his main business is recycling scrap metal.
Sean Cayton
Soybeans collect inside the grain elevator.
Sean Cayton
Trucks parked near a field that is being harvested on my family's farm.
Sean Cayton
Soybeans are loaded in the grain elevator for storage.
Sean Cayton
A scene from the top of the grain elevator at my family's farm.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David delivers a load of soybeans to be sold at a local elevator.
Sean Cayton
Uncle David drives his combine at sunset.
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Uncle David drives to a field to begin harvesting soybeans at sunrise.

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