May 1, 2017
An April 30 snowstorm brought six to 12 inches of snow to western Kansas impacting the winter wheat crop there.
The snow and continued cold, wet weather is sending all crop prices higher this morning.
The 6 to 10 day outlook calls for drier weather.
USDA report this afternoon will show conditions as of Sunday evening.
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