Rain slowed the wheat harvest in southern Kansas this past week. Loewen and Associates market analyst Matt Hines expects good yields, but lower protein. “We are starting harvest and we’ll see about the protein levels. It probably won’t be high protein in the central part of the state.” Hines expects a quick wheat harvest in Kansas. “We were hoping the harvest would be done by July 4, but the weather may not allow us to do that.”
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