More rain is not good news for most farmers in the area.
Farmers are having a hard time finding a stretch of dry days to plant and are putting in long days when it does get dry.
Portions of many fields are under standing water and some fields near streams are also submerged.
Most corn crops went in late this year... and some corn farmers are even switching to soy bean because they can plant later.
As for what this will do for prices later this year, they say we'll just have to wait and see.
"I think a lot of that is going to depend on what happens at the other end of the season, when that first frost comes, when we start to see some of the water start to move out of fields and what some of the crop is actually going to start to look like," said Steve Huntzicker, UW-Extension agriculture agent.
It's not all bad news. Pasture grass is healthy this year and crops that are already in are growing at a good rate.