Larry Yockey was diagnosed with Stage IV melanoma cancer back in February. Now, farmers have rallied with him as he hasn't been able to spend extended amounts of time on the fields. Washington farmers have been harvesting Larry's crops as his cancer progresses and he is unable to tend to his harvest. \u201cThe cancer has spread to my bones, so I have a broken hip and ribs,\u201d Larry explains. His neighbors would begin asking him if they could work on the harvesting for him. \u201cI didn\u2019t know whether I was going to be able to harvest like I did in years past... I finally had to tell them, \u2018No.\u2019\u201d This answer did not stop his neighbors from helping out Farmers help neighbor harvest crops \/ CBS News Of course, that didn't mean anything to his neighbors. They did not hesitate to start helping out. A video that was posted to Twitter showcases the amazing work that these people did. Alongside the video was a caption detailing the amazing work done on the fields. "These are a couple of the about 60 farmers that are helping a neighbor harvest his 1200 acre field," the caption says. "Larry Yockey was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and has been unable to harvest his field. So this team of neighbors is doing 3 weeks of work in about 6 hours." https:\/\/twitter.com\/KREMShaynaW\/status\/1155570357190840320?ref_srctwsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1155570357190840320&ref_urlhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.krem.com%2Farticle%2Fnews%2Flocal%2Fadams-county%2Fritzville-farmers-harvest-crop-for-neighbor-with-cancer%2F293-299b9937-4c2e-42a8-b39e-569810371624 Larry says that seeing all of this support and love from the community was overwhelming. \u201cIt\u2019s just awe-inspiring to see how fast these fields are evaporating now,\u201d he explains. \u201cJust gratitude. It\u2019s not describable the gratitude I have for what\u2019s going on.\u201d His daughter, Amanda, reveals that he has been harvesting crops in the fields since 1988. So, it was definitely a big deal to him when he found he couldn't do much of that anymore! Amanda says that it was difficult to see her father not be able to do the work he has loved to do for so long. But she does say that she is so grateful for all the help the community has put forward for their family. Larry Yockey \/ Courtesy Photo It truly is the little things in life! We love seeing acts of kindness like this. Take a look at some additional news coverage on this beautiful story. The coverage showcases some additional interviews with the people who help harvest Larry's crops. https:\/\/youtu.be\/68BTu2CKsoE Are you ready for more heartwarming stories? Check out this story where one Chick-fil-A manager springs into action to fix a WWII veteran's tire in the parking lot.