A cold and wet spring in Wisconsin has become a cold and wet early summer, which is not good news for farmers.
Corn and soybean prices are rising as a result of wet conditions that delayed spring planting in much of the Midwest, creating uncertainty about this year's harvest. The situation may be propitious for Minnesota crop farmers because they've been able to plant.
The challenges of farming/ranching seem to be trending upward. At least it sure seems that way when we are experiencing them.
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