Local area sees needed rainfall, but cotton crops hurt by dry summer

  • Local area sees needed rainfall, but cotton crops hurt by dry summer
    Local area sees needed rainfall, but cotton crops hurt by dry summer
Two Washita County farmers who raise cotton say weather has been a significant factor in this year’s crop. They will begin harvesting their crop sometime in October. Tracy Musick, a third generation cotton farmer, calls the crop average. Chris Black describes it as hit and miss. Musick and his two sons reside near Sentinel and most of the farming is done west of there, he said. Black and his…

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