Winter Wheat Tour Results

Winter Wheat Tour Results

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May 4, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) The picture on this year's hard red winter wheat crop comes into focus – and it's not too pretty. Scouts on the tour have released the final results, which include:

  • Kansas Production: 243.3 million bushels
  • Average Yield: 37 bushels per acre
  • Lowest yield since 2002
  • Lowest Kansas production since 1989

Watch the videos above for a detailed look at the results as well as the methods employed by the scouts in arriving at their estimations.

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