Farmers turn to harvest mode as fall officially starts

By Paul Schmitt    

As the calendar changes to fall this weekend, Door and Kewaunee County farmers are in the stretch run for harvesting their crops. Rich Olson of Olson Family Farm in southern Door County and a member of the Ag Advisory Board says the harvest is going well.


Olson says soybeans are dropping their leaves currently and will need to have the pods dry out for the beans to be cultivated by mid-October.

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