Ron Hays Talks Much Better than a Year Ago Wheat Crop Conditions with Heath Sanders and Josh BushongWed, 01 May 2019 05:04:50 CDT
The 121st Annual Meeting of the Oklahoma Grain and Feed Association featured the 39th Annual Wheat Crop Report Session on Tuesday, April 30th- and two of the presenters that were a part of the gathering of data on the 2019 Hard Red Winter Wheat Crop in Oklahoma were Area Agronomists for OSU Extension- Heath Sanders and Josh Bushong.
Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with both Sanders and Bushong about what they have seen and heard in recent days about the condition and potential of the 2019 crop- which is looking remarkedly better than the 2018 crop, which ended up producing 70 million bushels last year at harvest.
You can hear the conversation that Hays had with both specialists by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below.
The OGFA participants listened to all the reports from across Oklahoma- and predicted a wheat crop just shy of 120 million bushels this year- 119.268 million bushels based on 37 bushels per acre and 3.19 million harvested acres.
Ron Hays discusses a much better 2019 wheat crop with Heath Sanders and Josh Bushong
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