Planting remains slow in Kentucky

Planting remains slow in Kentucky

Last week was cool and wet for most of Kentucky.

The USDA says farmers did plant corn, soybeans, and tobacco when they had a break in the rain, but the persistent delays during much of May have pushed most of the state behind schedule.

That rain has helped pasture conditions improve, but that has also led to some mud and livestock traffic damage in some areas and delayed the first hay cutting.

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