Corn and soybean farmers in Kansas are making good harvest progress.
The USDA says the state’s corn harvest is 96% complete, ahead of the five-year average of 93%.
Soybean harvest is 93% done, ahead of the five-year average of 86%.
Seventy-nine percent of cotton has been harvested.
The state’s sorghum harvest is 90% finished.
Sunflowers are 88% harvested.
Winter wheat is 96% planted with 75% of the crop emerged.