Antiques help the hungry – photo essay

Gary Dixon combines with his antique Massey Harris. | Randy Vanderveen photo

Photo essay | Volunteers using modern and antique combines harvested the 2021 wheat crop grown for the Bear Lake Growing Project west of Sexsmith, Alta. The crop harvested will be sold and the money donated to the Canadian Food Grains Bank. | Randy Vanderveen photos

Volunteers using modern and antique combines harvested the 2021 wheat crop grown for the Bear Lake Growing Project west of Sexsmith, Alta.

The crop harvested will be sold and the money donated to the Canadian Food Grains Bank. | Randy Vanderveen photos

Old combines work their way through the wheat crop. | Randy Vanderveen photo
Al Polasek unloads wheat as Gary Dixon heads back for another round. | Randy Vanderveen photo
Eugene Tremblay on a Massey Ferguson 510, left, works side by side with Alan Polasek as he drives a 1949 Massey Harris 21A, which belonged to his grandfather. | Randy Vanderveen photo

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