Kansas soybean harvest almost wrapped up, winter wheat worst condition in 30 years

Kansas winter wheat condition is the worst it’s been in 30 years.

The USDA says winter wheat is rated 24 is rated good-to-excellent, the lowest since 1992 when it was marked at 23 percent. Eighty-seven percent of the crop is in with 58 percent emerged.

Ninety percent of corn has been harvested, 7 percent a head of last year.

Soybeans harvested are 79 percent, with the crop 9 percent ahead of last year.

Pasture and range conditions are 79 percent poor-to-very poor.

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