Have you dreamed of being behind the steering wheel of a big rig? Can you see yourself in the driver seat of one of our large combines as it harvests the grain that feeds the world?
JKD Harvesting is a custom harvesting business located on the plains of Kansas in Colby, 400 miles west of Kansas City, Kansas/Missouri and 240 miles east of Denver, Colorado.
Are you ready to experience an unforgettable summer and fall? From May through November, make plans to join JKD Harvesting as we journey and make stops in the north central plains of Texas, the panhandle of Oklahoma and the beautiful plains of Kansas. Our journey then continues north to include stops in both the black hills of South Dakota and great plains of North Dakota. You have never experienced harvest until you’ve seen it this way!
Are you ready to join us as we meet amazing people and visit awesome places while stretching the boundaries with new life experiences?
Owned and operated by Jim and DeAnn Deibert, JKD Harvesting takes a lot of pride in the fact that harvesting is our ONLY enterprise during the harvest season! We believe in giving 100% to harvesting and bringing your crops from the field to the elevator. We can harvest any crop you grow!Why, JKD Harvesting?
We take great pride in everything we do!
Our customers are more then just people, they are family!
We get the job done right!
We harvest the grain that feeds THE WORLD!
We love what we do!
Well who would have predicted that, over 15 inches of snow in Colby, Kansas on the last day of April.
The whole town ended up getting shut down along with surrounding towns and counties.
the crew found it highly entertaining to wake up and see the white fluffy stuff falling from the sky, even more entertaining for our guys from Zimbabwe who had never seen snow in person.
The first couple of inches didn’t seem too much of an issue but then it just turned and before we knew it we had over 15 inches and the drifts were nearly 4ft deep in places.
After the storm had passed we were treated with a pretty amazing sunset but with the knowing that out plans to move south had been put back a few days.