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2023 summer is turning out to be a “a hot and dry one”as the end of July temperatures crank up into the high 90s and into the low 100s. We thought it couldn’t get any worse than it did last year, but it seems to be proving to be that way. For the farmers and ranchers, it is a big concern with the dry conditions and lack of rains, along with these heat waves and windy conditions. They know the weather is having a significant negative impact on their crop yields. A report said nearly 2/3 of Kansas is in severe, extreme drought.

Wheat harvest was not good this year because of lack of...



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