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This profile was last updated on 4/19/14  and contains information from public web pages.


Local Address: Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States
U.S. Custom Harvesters , Inc.
119 W. Sherman
Hutchinson , Kansas 67501
United States

Company Description: U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc. is an association of professional custom harvesters serving the needs of the American farmer. The organization was established and...   more

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U.S. Custom Harvesters Inc., 19 April 2014 [cached]
Front Row L to R: Jon Orr, Tracy Zeorian, Kent Braathen
Kent Braathen PRESIDENT: 1225 Russet Circle Grand Forks, ND 58201 Cell: 218/779-9650 Email:
"We have the same goals as ..., 20 Mar 2014 [cached]
"We have the same goals as everyone in agriculture, educating the consumer about where their food comes from," said Kent Braathen, president, USCHI, "We'll be in Washington, D.C. for National Ag Day.
Latest News, 27 June 2013 [cached]
USCHI vice president Kent Braathen, who is based in Grand Forks, N.D., says equipment is getting larger every year. Braathen says these rules and regulations extend beyond the custom harvesting business. "With today's farms, we've got tractors out there with 300-gallon fuel tanks and during spring work, especially, you have three or four of those running every day," Braathen says.
Kent Braathen U.S. Custom ..., 10 Mar 2013 [cached]
Kent Braathen U.S. Custom Harvesters Let's visit with a couple of U.S. Custom Harvesters leaders, Kent Braathen and Tracy Zeorian.
Kent who is the new President of U.S. Custom Harvesters says they're very excited to be on board with this project since it will showcase what they are all about. He grew up in the business where like many custom harvesters, it's a family affair. The film will help the public and folks in Washington, DC and local politics better understand the importance of their industry to the public. He encourages other organizations and companies to come on board and support the film.
Interview with Kent Braathen and Tracy Zeorian
North Dakota custom cutter Kent ..., 17 June 2013 [cached]
North Dakota custom cutter Kent Braathen, who was also waiting for the wheat to dry near Kiowa, said that on average, harvesters this year will cut 30 percent less wheat than normal, thanks to the drought.
Braathen, president of the Hutchinson-based U.S. Custom Harvesters, said adjusters have zeroed out his own next stop in Eades, Colo. If his crew doesn't pick up any more work between Kiowa and South Dakota, he won't have combines rolling again until early August.
"It looks like we might have a month vacation, but I hope not," he said, noting he still has to pay his crew of 10. He was lucky enough to find extra work at Kiowa after 600 acres he typically harvests at this stop was destroyed by hail.
Even South Dakota's winter wheat crop was damaged by drought and freeze, Braathen said.
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