By Charlene Smith
Pine Bluffs Post staff 

Tough harvest? Take a fishing break

 

Mid July and the temperatures are climbing. The farmers are climbing into their harvesters. And the drought and poor ratings are climbing higher than a feather in a wind storm.

According to Farm Journal’s Ag Web, in Nebraska, as of last Thursday, 1,300 acres had been harvested compared to 1,160 a year ago at this time, yielding 35.0 bushels per acre, compared to 43.0 bushels per acre in 2013. The first of June, farmers were yielding 41.0 bushels per acre.

Colorado harvested 2,170 acres compared with 1,500 in 2012 at this time, and yielding 34 bushels per acre consistently since June 1....



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