Last year’s record harvest made grain storage challenging.
Wheat streak mosaic virus has affected about 30 percent of wheat crops in the region.
Southeast Kansas farmers have seen a recent increase in net income.
The agency says that hail in northwestern Kansas has damaged some wheat and recently planted spring crops.
Uncertainty is growing among farmers as the steady supply of immigrant labor is threatened.
Grain elevators across Kansas are feverishly working to move last year’s grain out to make room for the new winter wheat crop.
Congressman Marshall calls President Trump’s proposed crop insurance cuts “disappointing.”
Earlier this week, agricultural groups pushed back against proposed cuts to agriculture proposed by President Donald Trump.
More of the Kansas wheat crop is beginning to turn color in a sure sign that harvest time is getting closer.
Some Kansas farmers are harvesting a different kind of crop, the wind.
China has not imported US beef since a 2003 Mad Cow Disease incident.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that about 84 percent of the wheat crop in Kansas was now headed.
Some wheat in western Kansas is standing knee-high again, but farmers say they’re concerned about the damage below the stem.
– The Agriculture Department is forecasting a far smaller U.S. winter wheat crop than a year ago.
Weight loss could cost ranchers millions.