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Burl Scherler have viewed best a 20 percent success rate on the winter season wheat harvest at his Sheridan pond farm.
Unsuccessful cold temperatures wheat on Burl Scherler’s farm at Sheridan pond Colorado, will 30, 2013.
Continuous drought and late-spring freezes become conspiring to make among southeastern Colorado’s poorest grain harvest in memories.
“It’s the worst I’ve actually viewed,” said Kiowa district character Chris Tallman. “We are in zero. We are going to posses virtually no wheat harvest. The entire region is full of dead grain fields.”
Drought has-been a constant conundrum for most of the past ten years. But grain growers suffered an additional blow-in April whenever a series of freezes harmed the already compromised grain harvest.