The farmer has a heart attack – 50 neighbors come to help him with the harvest


The Farmer Lane Unhjem had a heart attack while harvesting on his farm in North Dakota, USA. But as if that wasn’t enough, his combine was no longer working when he returned, which was a disaster for the farmer.

As a farmer, you work hard all year to ensure the year’s harvest. As a result, Lane Unhjem was very stressed when he found himself allied because of a heart attack and knowing that his combine was no longer working.

The financial consequences were going to be incalculable, and as a result, he was more concerned with the harvest than with his own health. Not to mention that the stress was really not good for him.

But luckily, it all ended well. Because Lane has big-hearted neighbors who are always ready to lend a hand.

“I talked to a few farmers, I was allowed to borrow their equipment, and then the others started calling. The whole town offered equipment and their help,” Jenne Binde, a family friend, told KYFR.

Nearly 50 people showed up at the Lane Unhjem farm with combine harvesters, tractors, and other equipment to cope with the sick farmer’s harvest.

With the help of 11 combine harvesters, 6-grain trucks, and other agricultural equipment, the neighbours were able to manage the entire harvest in seven hours.

“Lane Unhjems has a fantastic crop that so far will be safe in its silos. But the most important thing is that they know they have friends who help them, who pray and do what they can to help them get through. this difficult time, “Don Anderson, a neighbor, wrote on Facebook.

It’s really comforting to read that there are big-hearted neighbors who don’t hesitate to help! It is often forgotten but there are really good people. Don’t hesitate to share this story to spread joy!

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