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Long days of harvest in full swing

Great Bend sees average wheat

Wheat harvest is underway in Barton and Pawnee counties with reports of average bushels being harvested.
In Pawnee County, according to the Pawnee County Coop, they are seeing 30-plus bushels per acre, which is about average for the county.
“We are seeing some decent wheat despite the bad weather we have had,” chief financial officer for the Pawnee County Coop Kim Barnes said Tuesday. “We are halfway through harvest here in Pawnee County. We have farmers just about done with harvest, some midway through and some who have not started yet.”
Great Bend is also seeing about average wheat this ...


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