Kansas Ag Snapshot Shows Progress

andy lambertAugust 26, 2014

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The latest government agricultural snapshot finds Kansas farmers getting wheat fields ready for seeding in the fall. The National Agricultural Statistics Service says spott rains in the southern half of Kansas left some farms dry. Crops that didn’t get much rain are stressed because of warmer-than-normal temperatures across the state. About 13 percent of the corn crop in Kansas has now matured.

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