July 16, 2020 | By: Jeff Franklin
Lexington, Ky.

In some parts of Kentucky, producers just wrapped up the wheat harvest in early July, about ten days later than normal. The reason for the delay is thanks to a couple of freezes in mid April, and early May, that affected development of the crop, and yields have been hurt statewide by as much as 25 percent. (Read the full story here)