Kansas Farmers Finish Up 2014 Growing Season

 
Kansas Farmers Finish Up 2014 Growing Season

Kansas farmers are harvesting the last fall crops from the 2014 growing season.

The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday in its last weekly crop update of the year that Kansas farmers are cutting their remaining row crops and moving cattle to crop residue for pasture.

The agency said 95 percent of the sorghum and 92 percent of the sunflowers have been harvested in Kansas. Cotton harvest is at 65 percent.

Pasture and range conditions were rated as 8 percent very poor, 16 percent poor, 43 percent fair, 31 percent good and 2 percent excellent. Stock water supplies are reported as adequate in 71 percent of the state.

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