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Winter wheat in Kansas could use some rain

Winter wheat conditions continue to decline in Kansas from drought conditions. USDA says 24 percent of the crop is good-to-excellent. Corn and soybean harvests have finished. Topsoil moisture is 75 percent short to very shorty and subsoil moisture is rated 86 percent short to very short.

Harvest progresses through rain

Weather conditions varied across Michigan last week as several rainstorms caused delays along Lake Michigan and other regions saw minimal precipitation. The USDA says corn condition was 64 percent good to excellent and 97 percent mature, 43 percent is harvested for grain. Soybeans are 77... Read More.

More rain needed

Missouri got some much-needed rain. World Weather Incorporated Senior Ag Meteorologist Drew Lerner says most of the state received anywhere from one to three inches of rain this week. He tells Brownfield while the precipitation will help improve soil moisture and replenish water... Read More.

Insight: Waiting For Rain

By Kim Baldwin, McPherson County Farmer and Rancher   MCPHERSON COUNTY, Kan. - The morning air has turned crisp, the temperatures have begun to drop, and the sun noticeably rises a little bit later every morning. It is definitely beginning to feel like fall on the... Read More.