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Wheat farmers are “patiently” waiting for the wheat to turn golden, dry up a bit and then harvest will get underway.

Farming south and west of Kimball, Paul Heidemann said he has plenty of moisture on his wheat and hay millet. Paul thought it would be two to three weeks before his wheat was ready for his custom cutters--“because it is wet”. He said his hay millet “looks beautiful”.

Paul added a little extra to the interview in relation to the price of wheat. He said: “His brother sold 300 bushel of wheat plus a few dollars to the Chevrolet dealer one week before the Japanese...



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