It’s another day of blazing, hot temperatures, and the hot wind continues to dry down wheat fields.
After widespread rains this past weekend, Kansas wheat harvest was at a halt on Monday, but a few farmers were able to get back in the fields late in the day on Tuesday. Wednesday’s scorching...
Via U.S. Wheat Associates
Now that farmers are ready to roll the combines, Mother Nature comes to the rescue with widespread rains that are too late for the wheat crop, but are good news for fall crops.
Reports from Rice, Pawnee and Ford counties show yields to be higher than expected but lower than average.
This is day 8 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association.
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Combines are rolling quickly along the plains as farmers prepare for rains that may stall their harvest progress.
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The Kansas Crop Progress report on Monday afternoon estimated that harvest was 23 percent complete at the end of June 17.