Record drought and abnormally cold temperatures may have put the US winter wheat crop in jeopardy.
Chris Tanner is a farmer with the Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and says his crop is trying to emerge from dormancy. “And, some of it hasn’t emerged yet. We had a major temperature swing really fast, and where we have adequate moisture, we might have some winter kill.”
Speaking to Brownfield at the Commodity Classic, the Northwest Kansas farmer says there has been some relief to drought.