The Department of Agriculture came out of a brown study and announced its June estimates for 1925 grain crops. The most interest was displayed in the wheat estimate, for the emissaries of agriculture traveling through the wheat belt had found the winter wheat, which constitutes about two thirds of the wheat produced in this country, short of stalk, thin in stand†, short of head, with heads not well filled or empty.
The estimated crop was:
Winter wheat 407,000,000 bushels
Spring wheat 254,000,000 "
Total wheat crop. .661,000,000 bushels
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