Drought and the poor harvest for Kansas wheat will have an effect on the national economy.
The loss doesn’t just hurt Kansas, according to Mary Knapp, a Kansas State University climatologist.
Drought conditions led to poor pasture conditions and low hay production.
That, in turn, will impact the number of cattle ranchers can have on their grass.
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