Agriculture

July 24, 2013 7:09 AM

Corn, soybean, milo crops better, but still struggling

The Kansas corn, soybean and milo crops are doing better than the parched 2012 and 2011 crops, thanks to more rain around the state, but the drought is still there and still exerting a strong effect, especially in western Kansas.

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