By Ray Strunk Mid-Kansas Cooperative in North Newton was expecting to receive 100,000 or more bushels of wheat this harvest season. Harvest is coming to an end and the co-op has taken in 22,000 bushels—about one-fifth of what was expected. “This is not a typical year,” Jonathan Reazin, who manages the North Newton plant for Mid-Kansas Cooperative, said. “One week in and we’re almost done.”
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