There aren’t that many wheat farmers in Shelby County, but those who are have found the mild winter left them an early and larger yield – maybe even the coveted 100 bushels per acre.
By Lisa King
Friday, June 22, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: June 27, 1:14 pm)
Wheat production may not be a farmer’s bread-and-butter crop in Shelby County, but thanks to an almost non-existent winter and a mild spring, most farmers in the county not only have enjoyed a slightly larger yield but also already have harvested their crops.
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