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WET CONDITIONS ARE DELAYING PLANTING PROGRESS AS WE HEAR IN THE WEEKLY CROP REPORT. 
 
THE WEATHER HAMPERED CORN PLANTING AND MADE SPRING CALVING DIFFICULT THIS PAST WEEK SAYS CROP STATISTICIAN MARK SCHLEUSENER.
 
 
ONE PERCENT OF CORN HAS BEEN PLANTED, COMPARED TO TWO PERCENT AT THIS TIME LAST YEAR. 
 
 
TWO PERCENT OF WINTER WHEAT HAS HEADED AND 36 PERCENT OF OATS HAVE BEEN PLANTED. 72 PERCENT OF THE WINTER WHEAT CROP IS RATED IN GOOD TO EXCELLENT CONDITION.
 
AVERAGE STATEWIDE TOPSOIL MOISTURE IS NOW RATED AT FOUR PERCENT SHORT…70 PERCENT ADEQUATE AND 26 PERCENT SURPLUS.

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