Kansas average net farm income rebounded somewhat last year to $43,161 from a dismal stretch the previous year when income fell to $6,744 – the lowest in 30 years.
Other areas of the state were more affected by the slumping farm economy. In northwest Kansas, farmers averaged $389 and south-central farms averaged a loss of $5,352.
Meanwhile, southeast Kansas farms fared better than in other areas, with average net farm income of $109,344.
Northeast Kansas income averaged $48,197, southwest at $39,615 and north-central at $34,205.