Winter wheat harvest has been significantly delayed due to on-going rain in Kansas. USDA says 59 percent of the crop is in compared to the 93 percent average. Corn condition is rated at 55 percent good-to-excellent. Soybeans are 57 percent good-to-excllent and 32 percent are... Read More.
Southwest Nebraska farmer Andy Jobman says timely rains have significantly recharged the soil profile helping crops get off to a fast start. “Going into planting, we were probably in a record drought situation. We were running center pivots ahead of planting, trying to build... Read More.
Despite rainfall in Western Kansas, winter wheat conditions continue to decline. USDA says the crop is rated 60 percent poor-to-very poor with 94 percent of the crop headed. Almost the entire corn crop is in with 85 percent emerged, and 71 percent of soybeans have... Read More.