Many Wisconsin farmers are back in their combines after last week’s rain delay.
One of them is Zeb Zuehls from the Montello area. Zuehls tells Brownfield the late season rain helped the corn, but it’s slow to dry down. “It’s just slow and steady. I do a little custom combining, and just waiting for the corn to dry down. You know, everybody’s been spoiled these last few years with corn down in the teens, you know, and here we are in the low and mid 20s, even upper 20s.”
Zuehls says he’s about 65% finished with soybeans and not halfway through the corn yet, and the yields vary based on each field.