Brent Gruenbacher and dad Dennis Gruenbacher cut some of their 750 acres of corn west of Colwich Tuesday. The corn harvest has begun in much of the south part of Kansas and is working its way north. Dennis Gruenbacher said this year they're seeing 119 bushels an acre, while last year they had 86 bushels and in 2011 they had zero.
(Sep. 10, 2013.)
Brent Gruenbacher and dad Dennis Gruenbacher cut some of their 750 acres of corn west of Colwich Tuesday. The corn harvest has begun in much of the south part of Kansas and is working its way north. Dennis Gruenbacher said this year they're seeing 119 bushels an acre, while last year they had 86 bushels and in 2011 they had zero. (Sep. 10, 2013.) The Wichita Eagle
Brent Gruenbacher and dad Dennis Gruenbacher cut some of their 750 acres of corn west of Colwich Tuesday. The corn harvest has begun in much of the south part of Kansas and is working its way north. Dennis Gruenbacher said this year they're seeing 119 bushels an acre, while last year they had 86 bushels and in 2011 they had zero. (Sep. 10, 2013.) The Wichita Eagle

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