The wheat, hauled to a granary, as seen at the right, is ready for shipment or storage.
A man driving the forerunner of today's pick-up truck has joined a threshing crew during a lull in activities, perhaps for lunch,
In the bottom photo, threshed grain is fed into the rig's elevator, then funneled into the waiting wagons while the straw blows toward a growing stack.
Threshing may have been technology, but the technology arrived in Montana at different times. In the 1922 photo, taken in northwestern Montana, farmer Henry Syverud was still using a horse-drawn binder or header. In a few years he would be using a tractor