Weather Slows Planting Across Wisconsin

MADISON, WI (Ben Caxton) — Wisconsin farmers are way behind schedule for planting crops. `The latest U-S Agriculture Department crop report for Wisconsin shows farmers are at least two weeks behind where they normally are by this point in June. That’s enough of a delay to put this year’s corn and soybean crop in doubt. The report says 78-percent of corn and 60-percent of soybeans are planted. Recent sunshine and mostly-dry weather might help farmers catch up.`

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