Justin Gilpin, executive director of the Kansas Wheat Commission, assesses the quality and density of the wheat in a field in Harvey County near Newton. (May1, 2014)
Justin Gilpin, executive director of the Kansas Wheat Commission, assesses the quality and density of the wheat in a field in Harvey County near Newton. (May1, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Justin Gilpin, executive director of the Kansas Wheat Commission, assesses the quality and density of the wheat in a field in Harvey County near Newton. (May1, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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