Kansas crops hurt from severe weather

Severe weather and flooding in some parts of Kansas is hurting crops.

The USDA says 46 percent of the corn crop is rated good-to-excellent with 23 percent dented.

Soybeans are rated 46 percent good-to-excellent with 66 percent setting pods.

Sorghum is rated 49 percent good-to-excellent.

Pasture and range conditions are rated 33 percent good-to-excellent.

Topsoil moisture is 57 percent adequate-to-surplus and subsoil moisture is 49 percent.

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