A southeast Kansas producer says they had an above average winter wheat harvest.
Zach Townsend of Coffeyville tells Brownfield, “Last year was probably one of our record wheat crops. Just a lot of 90-to-100-bushel wheat crops, and for our county that is tremendous. This year we are about 10 bushels off the pace.”
He says crop conditions were a pleasant surprise. “Very good crop with very good quality,” Townsend said. “Great test weights, it harvested easy, and we got on good moistures.”
Townsend says they finished harvesting at the beginning of the month.