U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold continues his tour around Wisconsin with another stop in the La Crosse area Friday.

Feingold visited the Hamburg Hills Farm in Stoddard Friday morning.

He says by visiting family farms across the state, he's heard their concerns about rural issues, like poor roads and bridges and a lack of high-speed Internet, which affects business.

He also says farmers are still concerned about the falling prices for goods like milk and corn, and those worries are falling on deaf ears in the nation's capital.

"The innovators are doing their jobs, but our representatives in Washington are not always doing their job," said Feingold. "Senator Johnson hasn't been paying attention to the concerns I've had as I've gone to all 72 counties."

Senator Johnson has also visited farms in the area while campaigning on an agricultural business tour of his own in recent months.