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Harvest rolls on after rainy week in Wisconsin

6:49 PM, Oct. 23, 2013
Marvin Biese of Plum Pride Holsteins harvests corn from a field in Wrightstown on Oct. 17.
Marvin Biese of Plum Pride Holsteins harvests corn from a field in Wrightstown on Oct. 17.
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Wet weather slowed harvest around Wisconsin last week, but farmers continue work to bring in corn and soybeans.

Statewide, about 27 percent of corn for grain is in the bin with 83 percent of corn for silage out of the fields. The soybean harvest is about 53 percent finished, according to a weekly report from the Wisconsin field office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Last year at this time harvest of corn for silage was done. The five-year average is 95 percent finished. ...

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