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Wisconsin farmer expects dry summer to impact yields

A west-central Wisconsin farmer is not expecting a bin buster this year.

James Giese tells Brownfield, ” I don’t think we’re going to have a bumper crop, just a regular, average crop.”

James Giese and his father farm about four thousand acres in the Alma Center, Wisconsin area.  He tells Brownfield he’s expecting corn yields to be down a little below average because of the dry July, but he’s not complaining. “We’ve had some timely rains.

Wisconsin farmer expects dry summer to impact yields

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