The recent weather is forcing some Wisconsin farmers
The u-s department of agriculture says corn and soybean
harvests are behind schedule.
A recent report shows both crops fell short of the
five year averages.
with corn in the worst shape.
A U-W Extension agriculture agent says recent rainfall
is to blame.
Here in La Crosse.
experts say we are *not* behind schedule.
we're still in a prime time of the season.
We're really extending the end of October all the
way through the first part of November.
And many times until we get substantial snow fall
we can get most of our harvest in.
Huntzicker says so far a lot of corn silage has been
farmers are just waiting to take some corn for grain.