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Wheat Harvest Pictures 2016

Brad’s wheat harvest was finished over two weeks ago. I had technical difficulties, so pretend this post is two weeks ago. This was the first year that Brad was able to harvest his own wheat with all his own equipment, since he now owns a wheat header for his combine. 157 more words

Farm Education

Elevators struggle to accommodate excess grain

SCOTT CITY, Kan. (KSNW) – As the wheat harvest winds down, Kansas farmers are seeing record yields. That’s putting a strain on some grain elevators struggling to find enough space. 314 more words

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Cousins

After a long holiday afternoon and evening that included riding on a fire truck, watching fireworks, and driving home (an hour away), everyone slept in, except the two-year old and me. 299 more words

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June in Southwest Kansas

June has come and gone in a flurry of spraying, notill drilling, rain, bumper wheat crop, and international harvesters.

Soybeans, Milo, and Sorghum Sudan went in the ground as soon as the wheat was harvested. 248 more words

Southwest Kansas Farming

High wheat yields means lower prices

LAKIN, Kan. — Farmers across the state are wrapping up their wheat harvests.

For many, they’re seeing incredible yields, but everyone is feeling the effects of a drop in the price of wheat. 361 more words

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Kansas wheat harvest passes halfway mark

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A government snapshot shows farmers have now harvested about 58 percent of their winter wheat crop in Kansas.

The National Agricultural Statistics Service said Monday that the harvest this year is well ahead of both the 37 percent cut statewide at this time a year ago as well as the five-year average of 50 percent for this date. 85 more words

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Kansas wheat harvest passes halfway mark

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) – A government snapshot shows farmers have now harvested about 58 percent of their winter wheat crop in Kansas.

The National Agricultural Statistics Service said Monday that the harvest this year is well ahead of both the 37 percent cut statewide at this time a year ago as well as the five-year average of 50 percent for this date. 82 more words

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