I Am Becoming a Harvester

I grew up in the city, but when I was twelve years old, I spent the summer at my uncle's farm. The farm machinery taunted and tormented me. I was traumatized by the experience.

Several years later, in high school, I bacame a plow. I grew blade attachments and wheels and spent my days in the fields tilling soil and overturning surface vegetaion. I sought prefessional help and returned fully to human form by the time I turned 18. I discovered that this problem is more common than people realize, and many like me are exploited by farmers who would rather not go to the expense of purchasing and maintaing their own farm machinery.

I found a support group, FEA (Farm Equipment Anonymous), and stayed in it until last year when I moved. Since then, I have been unable to find a new group. Now, I am afraid that I may be turning into a harvester. A New Holland FX45 Forage Harvester with 4-Wheel Drive, to be exact. My cutter is almost fully formed at this point, and I don't know where to turn for help.

maxtheplow maxtheplow
22-25, M
2 Responses Feb 12, 2009

I really like your sense of humor, really. that **** made me laugh, like alot.

I think I've seen your family members in a photo album. I found them through this really great database for equipment purchases, go to johndeer.com and find out if they can help you. Atleast they'll be able to relate to your situation. good luck! :)