Kansas-based custom combiner Dane Dolechek says the harvest in northeastern Colorado is being prolonged by wet wheat. “There were many acres lost around here to some pretty severe hailstorms a few weeks ago. The rest of the stuff been pretty good; it is just a little strung out.” Dolechek says the crop is decent. “There’s the lower protein that comes with having decent wheat, but other than that, test weight has been really, really good.”
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