Table of Contents:
- Farmer’s field to loaf record gets Guinness nod
- Shooting for more
- How long does it take to harvest wheat and bake 13 loaves of bread? Ask Guinness and farmer Neil Unger.
“The huge worry we had … if we’d have had a thunderstorm or rain the day before, it was all over. It’s one of those things that there was a hell of a lot of luck involved, like it didn’t rain from harvest to our attempt, which I’ve never seen before.”
Unger’s time is now official: After he submitted video and affidavits and waited months for a world record nod, Guinness declared Unger as the new record holder in October.
And where from here for Unger?
“The record we have is for the team event … I have found out there is a second record which is a singular event, whereas one person does everything. I’ve got to get the details on that.
See below for a video of Unger and his team setting the field to loaf record.
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