Soybean, sorghum harvest starts in Kansas

Soybean, sorghum harvest starts in Kansas

Soybean and sorghum harvest is underway for some farmers in Kansas as record drought continues across the state.

The USDA says 2 percent of soybeans have been harvested and 22 percent is good-to-excellent.  Four precent of sorghum is in and 16 percent of the crop is good-to-excellent.

Twenty-seven percent of corn has been harvested with 22 percent good-to-excellent.

Two percent of winter wheat has been planted.

Pasture and range conditions are 8 percent good-to-excellent.

    

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