Farmers wrapping up challenging year

With one of the most challenging years ever for Door and Kewaunee County farmers to get their crops off the fields, the near-record rainfalls and extreme weather swings have the agricultural community scrambling to get finished with their harvest.  Rich Olson of Olson Family Farm in southern Door County stated earlier this month what farmers will do with any of the standing corn in the fields that remain.



Olson says for the most part area farmers are in good shape when it comes to silage corn for the livestock’s winter supply.   


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