A Western Kansas farmer says there’s little hope for his crop this year.
“The best way for me to describe it is it’s absolutely devastating.”
David Schemm of Sharon Springs tells Brownfield his dryland corn has been lost to extreme heat and drought. “There’s several fields where we can write off. The corn has only gotten to about knee-high. The plants are actually dying or already dead.”
He says his sorghum isn’t much better.