Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Two men from Holland are spending the fall working as custom cutters in Kansas to get experience in the cutting of milo, and to see the world.
It's a lot of new experiences for Wouter (Woo' Tehr) Ter Braack (brahk) and Thomas Kool. They come from a country with no milo.
They are working for Hoxie farmer and custom cutter Shane Ochs, who frequently hires some of his harvest crew from South Africa.
When they're not traveling, the two men are staying in Hoxie, where Ochs' harvesting and farming operation is based.
They'll leave on Nov. 30, after spending six months in the United States.