State agriculture officials not sure about state's corn crop
Wisconsin farmers had 96 percent of their corn planted by Monday. How much of it grows is anybody's guess.
State Agriculture Secretary Rod Nilsestuen says it's too early to tell how much damage the fields suffered from this week's floods in southern Wisconsin.
Before the rains came, 84 percent of the corn was out of the ground, and 90 percent of the soybeans were planted.
Haymaking was just getting started in most of the state before the rain brought it to a halt.