Drought in southwest Kansas wheat fields is worst since Dust Bowl

Kansas City: South-central Kansas has been one area of the state affected by the drought. Southeast of Anthony, Kan., farmers cut a field of wheat earlier this week. In southwest Kansas, the wheat fields look more brown than gold. The drought-stricken corner of the state is following one of its best-yielding years with one of its worst. Farmers say there are good seasons and there are bad seasons, and there’s nothing to do but pray for rain and try again. But with the harvest projected to produce......

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