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Usually the term here in Central KS wheat country means corners. In other words, most people farm around and around here, including plowing. When you came to a corner, you would lift the implement up, turn the corner, and then set it back down and head to the next corner. This would leave an unworked piece at each corner that would end up going from the center of the field (more or less) when you were done, all the way out to where each corner started. Then you would go back and work the "corners", or "turn rows" out as you were finishing up the field. If there was some row crop, where you went back and forth, the ends were obviously called end rows.
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