Many farmers in Door and Kewaunee Counties have been unable to get their corn harvested due to the wet fall. Door County Farm Bureau President Daniel Vandertie says it isn't just the cold and rain during the crucial planting and harvest seasons that is the trouble. It's the fact it comes on the heels of a wet 2018 that has compounded the problem. Farmers were able to get the silage they need according to Vandertie but, even there, issues exist.
Milk prices have recovered in the past six months so the market may be factoring in lower production going forward.