The wheat field here is shaved down to a schoolboy’s haircut, but Courtney Wilson’s harvest is just beginning.

“I sometimes feel like a door-to-door salesman,” the man admitted as he stood in a field of stubble, watching as a crew operated swathers and balers.

Some farmers burn the stubble after wheat harvest. Some disk it. Some plant the next crop right into it. But Wilson, harvest manager for Pacific Ag, wants to let farmers know they’re leaving a paycheck out in the field.

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