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Grant County

Crop Production

Grant County is located in the Southwest corner of Kansas approximately 30 miles from the Colorado line to the west and 30 miles from the Oklahoma border to the south.  At the altitude of 3057 feet above sea level and receiving 17 inches of annual rainfall, the 305,000 acres in farms relies heavily on irrigation.  Currently around 156,900 acres of  major crops of Wheat, Corn, Grain Sorghum, and Alfalfa as well as  Sunflowers, Cotton and Potatoes are harvested.  Cropping history of the county also includes commercial production of tomatoes, cucumbers, cantaloupe and sugar beets.

Kansas Crop Improvement Association

Seed Source Directory
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Corn Production

Wheat Production

Grain Sorghum Production

Cotton Production

Sunflower Production

Canola Production

Alfalfa Production

Soybean Production

Summer Annual Forages

KSU Farm Management Guides

Crops:  Projected Budgets