Eastern Kansas farmer Keith Miller says he harvested the worst crops he ever raised in more than 40 years.
“Soybeans were down in the 7-10 range. Milo was from the 20 to 50 (bushels per acre) range.”
Miller tells Brownfield the drought has persisted for more than a year and it’s also affecting the winter wheat crop. “We didn’t get enough moisture all summer and we still don’t have all of our wheat up yet.