The June moon, known as the Strawberry moon, will appear Friday. And Bergkamp figures, barring rain, he could be out in the field as soon as Thursday.
“These 90-degree days and sunshine really turned the wheat,” the Pretty Prairie-area farmer said as he worked on his combine header Tuesday afternoon.
The annual rite of June is gearing up in Kansas. It’s a time of year marked by long, hot days of combines rolling through ripen wheat. Trucks kick up dust as they travel the dirt roads to the elevator.