A southern Wisconsin farmer is pleased with how his crops are turning out this year.
Doug Rebout says, “It’s going to be better than an average year. It’s not going to be a record year but I think it’s looking like it’s going to be a really good year.”
Rebout and his family grow corn, soybeans, and hay near Janesville, just north of the Illinois line. Rebout tells Brownfield he had a dry spell in late June and early July, but he’s expecting good yields, especially for corn.