Eastern Nebraska farmer Mitch Oswald says he’s been briefly rained out from harvest after Mother Nature brought some relief to drought conditions Tuesday night.
“Honestly, it’s so dry that even if we did get a half an inch, we will be back in the field by noon or 1pm today just because it’s been so dry here. I don’t think we had an inch or two in the month of September total.”
He tells Brownfield corn yields vary widely after a trio of hailstorms damaged the crop in June.
Nebraska farmer rained out for a half a day as harvest continues