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Report: Fall harvest of sorghum, soybeans wraps up in Kansas, winter wheat faring well

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WICHITA, Kansas — The latest government farm snapshot shows the fall harvest is wrapping up in Kansas.

The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that 90 percent of the sorghum and 96 percent of the soybeans have now been cut in the state. The sunflower harvest is 86 percent finished.

Winter wheat is faring well so far despite the recent cold temperatures. The agency rated the state's wheat condition as 6 percent excellent, 55 percent good, 35 percent fair and 4 percent poor

About 95 percent of the winter wheat has emerged.

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