WICHITA, Kan. (AP) _ A new report shows that Sumner County was Kansas' top 2012 winter wheat producer.
Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reported Thursday that Sumner County growers cut 17.9 million bushels this year. McPherson County was second with 11.3 million bushels, followed by Reno County with 10.8 million bushels.
Sumner County, in south-central Kansas, also had the most harvested acres with 375,500 total acres. Reno County was second with 246,000 acres, and McPherson County came in third with 225,600 harvested acres.
But the highest yields were in Crawford County. Farmers there averaged 61.6 bushels of wheat per acre, breaking the record 50 bushels per acre set in 2003 and 1997.
Miami County had the second highest yield with 59.6 bushels per acre. Wilson County was third with 57.9 bushels.
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