Kansans will climb aboard combines in coming weeks to cut perhaps the least amount of hard red winter wheat produced statewide since 1996, according to the trade organization Kansas Wheat.
Kansans will climb aboard combines in coming weeks to cut perhaps the least amount of hard red winter wheat produced statewide since 1996, according to the trade organization Kansas Wheat. File photo
Kansans will climb aboard combines in coming weeks to cut perhaps the least amount of hard red winter wheat produced statewide since 1996, according to the trade organization Kansas Wheat. File photo