Report: KS Farm Income Likely To Drop

andy lambertAugust 11, 2014

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A poor wheat crop and falling prices for corn and soybeans have Kansas farmers preparing for a sharp drop in their incomes after several prosperous years. The state’s wheat harvest is down by 26 percent from last year, according to statistics from the Department of Agriculture. However, Kansas livestock producers could benefit from low crop prices that have made feed cheaper for their animals.

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