Farmers waiting out the weather

Rio Creek Feed Mill agronomist Adam Barta is stressing patience to farmers in Door and Kewaunee Counties when it comes to their crops. Now is the time of the year when orchard owners begin giving their trees some extra nutrients while farmers are seeing if their overwintering crops survived the winter. The rain this week may prevent farmers from getting out into their fields to spread manure or plant when they want, but Barta says it could also be a good thing as well.

Barta says helping their customers make the right decisions now is crucial as farmers continue to face low commodity prices and increasingly higher costs of production.

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