Justin Gilpin, CEO of Kansas Wheat, joined us on Tuesday’s Ag Issues program. Gilpin gave an update on the condition of the Kansas winter wheat crop and some of the concerns we’re already starting to see in parts of the state. He also discussed Brazil’s announcement that it intends to implement a tariff rate quota allowing up to 750,000 metric tons of wheat to be imported duty-free from countries outside the Mercosur trade agreement. It was also 60 years on November 15, 1959 that Herb Clutter, his wife and two of his children, were murdered in their home in Holcomb, Kansas. What you may not know is that Herb Clutter was instrumental in the formation of then the Kansas Wheat Growers Association, now Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and even the National Association of Wheat Growers.