A southwest Missouri farmer says high temperatures and a lack of rain has led to a difficult growing season.
Brian Bunton farms near Lamar, about 40 miles north of Joplin. “We are seeing some pollination issues,” he said. “There were some areas fortunate enough to catch some rains where we will have above average yields, but by and large conditions are very tough.”
But he tells Brownfield his family is still hopeful for a decent soybean crop.