NEWS
Editors' Notebook
Cheri Zagurski DTN Managing Editor
Tue Jul 14, 2015 02:45 PM CDT

Ding dong, the drought is dead! Which old drought? Well, apparently not the one in Kansas.

Although many parts of the Midwest are not showing anything more than an abnormally dry designation in a few spots, the Drought Monitor map shows a portion of north-central Kansas in abnormally dry to moderate drought classification as of July 7. That's a bitter pill when so much of the rest of the country is complaining about too much moisture.

Doug Zillinger farms in Logan, Kansas, in north-central Kansas, and he says crops there are showing the stress of too little moisture, instead of ...

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