Farming just outside of Lewiston, Idaho. We visited the Kaufman Farms, which are unique in that they farm from 700ft to 4000 foot elevation. Here’s Phil Kaufman. Today we're up on Webb Ridge at our grain bins. We're working on filling closing up our harvest for 2023. At the confluence, where we're hauling all of our crops to close to 700ft elevation. As we go up, we farm quite a bit. Around 2 to 3000 foot elevation is probably where the heart of our farm is, but we also have some that stretches above that around 4000ft. So our rainfall really changes in that spread on our farm, right down on our lowest ground, we're looking at 12in of rainfall. Up here. We're easily twice that. We mainly do wheat fallow rotation every other year. And then as you get further up towards the mountain and higher in elevation, we switch to continuous crop. We do a five year rotation and then a three year rotation, and typically takes us about five weeks to harvest. It kind of stretches our seasons out. So you can start down at the low end, and then by the time you get done down there, you can move up to the next elevation. This year was not a real bumper year, but considering the heat and the dry that we had in May, we've been pretty happy with how things have been. Speaker1: Happy at the Kaufman Farm.