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With all the doom and gloom that is going around today, a local group of farmers wants to celebrate our way of life in Oregon’s wheat belt. It’s time to show off your ugliest harvest truck.

You can’t keep that ugly truck to yourself! This year, The Times-Journal will be printing the ugliest harvest trucks and any old “out to pasture” harvest trucks.

Two trophies will be given: one to the winner with the “Ugliest Truck,” and a second for an “Out to Pasture” or retired harvest truck.

Voting will done in an online poll and in print. Cut-off for voting will be August 28th.

The “Ugliest Harvest Truck” contest is sponsored by The Good Old Boys That Made Do and Made it Work.

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