A cotton farmer outside Lubbock, Texas named Greg Bishop got diagnosed with leukemia back in September. And he's been too sick to harvest his crops.
So on Monday, a bunch of other farmers brought in their equipment and did it for him.
Aaron Hendricks, the General Manager of Floydada Co-Op Gins, has known Bishop for about 25 years and says he's a respected member of the community.
"He would not have asked anyone for help, but he would have been the first one out if somebody else was sick," Hendricks said.
Hendricks told CNN that about 80 or 90 people came to help with Bishop's harvest. He didn't have an exact count, but says a local chemical business brought in 75 hamburgers to feed everyone and ended up running out.
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