Kansas wheat farmers planted a smaller crop this season, but heavy rain might bump up the yield even higher than last year’s harvest.
Kansas wheat farmers planted a smaller crop this season, but heavy rain might bump up the yield even higher than last year’s harvest. File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Kansas wheat farmers planted a smaller crop this season, but heavy rain might bump up the yield even higher than last year’s harvest. File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

Heavy rains boost outlook for Kansas wheat harvest this summer

May 02, 2016 11:53 AM