CROP scouts touring Kansas wheat fields tolerated soaking rain and tornadoes last week as they inspected vast areas of drought-damaged wheat, with some fields rivaling the conditions of last year's poor crop.
However, there were enough better-performing fields that the tour's average yield estimate for Kansas was 35.9 bu. per acre, with production expected to be 288.5 million bu. Estimates from last year's tour were a yield of 33.2 bu. and producti
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