Wisconsin farmers say crops are looking good so far in much of the state.
Ryan Klusendorf of Medford tells Brownfield he’s bringing in more forage for his dairy herd. “I’m going to be starting second crop hay. It got pushed back a little bit this year from the cold weather, but crops are looking good.” Klusendorf says his corn and soybeans are doing well. “Everything’s looking real good. We’ve been blessed to be in an area where we had adequate rainfalls and sometimes, we’re almost getting too much, but I feel bad for those that aren’t getting it and hopefully, they can get some rainfall as well, too.”
About an hour south, Kevin Hague raises corn, soybeans, and hay near Marshfield.