July 24, 2024

TOPEKA — The Kansas Agricultural Statistics is predicting that this year’s Kansas corn and soybean crop will be a record. The Kansas corn crop is expected to be more than 561 million bushels. That’s 15 percent better than last year’s crop. In east central Kansas, corn is expected to be 9 percent better than last year. The soybean crop is forecast to be 146 million bushels this year. That’s 21 percent more than last year. In east central Kansas, soybeans are expected to be 25 percent better than last year. Although the milo crop will be slightly less than last year, milo yields are expected to be 83 bushels per acre – the best in Kansas history.

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