Industry group Kansas Wheat says combines could start cutting wheat in the south-central part of the state if it stays relatively dry in the coming days. The latest figures from the government show 30 percent of the state’s crop is rated either good or excellent, and another 41 percent is labeled fair. Just 29 percent of the state’s wheat is poor or very poor. An updated production estimate is expected from the Department of Agriculture by mid-week.
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