Door and Kewaunee County corn and soybean harvests defying a wet Fall

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By Terry Kovarik


Door and Kewaunee County farmers have defied adverse weather to bring in the majority of their corn and soybean harvests. Even with a rainy and, at times, snowy autumn yield losses remain low. Adam Barta of Rio Creek Feed Mill says overall the quality of the corn and soybean crops are working in favor of farmers.



Barta says corn drying at Rio Creek Feed mill will likely continue to the end of December.

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