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U.S. wheat harvest is better than expected

The National Association of Wheat Growers says this year’s winter wheat harvest has exceeded expectations despite lower production estimates.

Jake Westlin tells Brownfield most of the crop in Kansas and the Southern Plains has been cut and yields are trending higher. “A little bit of an improvement and I don’t think it’s where it was last year, but it is a little bit of an improvement than what our expectations initially were.” 

USDA is forecasting an average yield of 48 bushels per acre – a decline of about 2 bushels per acre from 2021.

U.S. wheat harvest is better than expected

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