Crops get boost from warm weather; rain needed
The above-normal temperatures in Wisconsin have given a last-minute boost to the state's crops.
State officials said it was 2 to 4 degrees above normal last week, and it helped to dry corn that will be fed to cows.
Almost two-thirds of the state's overall corn crop is in good to excellent shape. Soybeans have been improving, with 71 percent rated good or excellent.
But a lack of rain is creating some moisture shortages again.