Record volumes on fewer acres "speaks volumes on how the genetics have gotten better.”
First generation farmers Geoff and Jenny Burgess of Burgess Hill Farms may have grown up more than 4,000 miles apart, but their passions for agriculture closed the dist
Yields look great in Pawnee Rock, Moundridge and Offerle, despite recent rains.
Rains rocked central Kansas, which meant ill-timed moisture for harvest, but a nice drink for other crops.
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.
Melissa Clark, from Galva, Kansas is a one-of-a-kind wheat farmer in a love-hate relationship. Her heart loves wheat, but her body hates gluten.
Today's reports come from Pawnee, McPherson, Clay and Butler counties in Kansas.
Harvest has progressed throughout the state at odd intervals, with some northern counties like Dickinson seeing some action while some southern counties, like Kiowa, have seen combines rolling more...