A Western Kansas farmer says winter wheat harvest is underway and yields are better than expected.
“We’re definitely excited about seeing that, but we also know we have some poor fields coming on here.”
David Schemm of Sharon Springs tells Brownfield he has more than 3,000 acres to harvest, but the majority has suffered from drought. “Some of it we’re pretty concerned with it. We’re hoping it’s going to make around 20 to 25 bushel.
Winter wheat harvest shows yield variability for Kansas farmers