Oklahoma drought being compared to the Dust Bowl

Oklahoma Wheat Drought

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Important Takeaways:

  • ‘I think we’re to the Dust Bowl.’ Oklahoma farmers say wheat crop is worst in decades
  • “We had less than half of a crop last year, and we’re probably going to have half of that this year. It’s terrible,” said 75-year-old Burlington farmer Keith Kisling. “We’re in the most severe drought I’ve ever seen.”
  • Farmers and agricultural businesses are bracing for the impact of a winter wheat harvest devastated by prolonged drought across much of the United States, including north-central and western Oklahoma. More than half of the Sooner State’s wheat crop is in poor condition, and producers warn that consumers and local economies likely will face financial impacts.

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