One of the staples of the Kansas agricultural economy is wheat. Found in nearly all everyday products, wheat is a major part of the American diet.
Sowing, growing and harvest are cycles familiar to many Kansans.
However, farmer Craig Ewe said while wheat is found all around Kansas, there seems to b a disconnect between consumers and producers.
“One thing I would want people to realize, that ends up on your table eventually. If it doesn’t come in, eventually you’re not going to eat,” he said.