Combines from Befort Harvesting LLC of Hays, Kan., work their way through a wheat field last month about six miles from Pasco. A cool and moist spring has pushed back the start of harvest in some areas, but experts are expecting higher yields, while circumstances outside the U.S. have driven market prices higher.
Combines from Befort Harvesting LLC of Hays, Kan., work their way through a wheat field last month about six miles from Pasco. A cool and moist spring has pushed back the start of harvest in some areas, but experts are expecting higher yields, while circumstances outside the U.S. have driven market prices higher.
Combines from Befort Harvesting LLC of Hays, Kan., work their way through a wheat field last month about six miles from Pasco. A cool and moist spring has pushed back the start of harvest in some areas, but experts are expecting higher yields, while circumstances outside the U.S. have driven market prices higher.

Foreign issues help state farmers

August 03, 2010 01:51 PM

UPDATED August 03, 2010 01:55 PM

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