Iowa farmers slowed again by rain

Rain in parts of Iowa limited fieldwork last week. USDA’s latest weekly crop update says heavy rains fell over south-central and northeast portions of the state, making putting up hay and spraying for weeds difficult. Corn development is four days ahead of the five-year average with 17 percent silking.  Seventy-six percent of the crop is […]

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