September 25, 2019 9:03 am
Temperatures were a bit warmer, but rains continued to hinder progress for Wisconsin farmers last week. Northwestern Wisconsin was drier, and rains slowed haying and silage harvests from the southwestern part of Wisconsin to the northeast.
USDA reporters say the warmer temperatures helped corn and soybeans mature, but there are reports of small corn ears and moisture levels over 70%. Most areas of the state report wet ground conditions preventing fieldwork. Read more.