UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) The harvest rolls on in Wisconsin, as some farmers continue to wait for their corn to dry a little more. Others have given up on that, as more waves of rain-and-snow have gone through the Badger State in recent weeks.
Officials say 62-percent of the state's corn-for-grain has been harvested -- seven-percent below normal, but 12-percent more than a week ago.
There have been some reports of corn mold in Marathon, Chippewa, and Buffalo counties.
86-percent of the Wisconsin soybean crop is in, six percent below the norm and four-percent higher than a week ago.
National corn and soybean harvests are slightly below normal.