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January 29, 2011 12:00 AM

1931-1940: Dust, depression and baseball

In 1931, Kansas farmers raised a record 240 million bushels of wheat. But the price had fallen to 30 cents a bushel and farmers poured the grain out to their livestock, hoping to fatten and sell their cattle and hogs for better prices.

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