Corn Illustrated: Slideshow illustrates this historically slow and challenging season, which has made it halfway, more or less.
Farmers who planted cover crops on prevented plant acres can harvest those fields beginning Sept. 1.
Slideshow: The Hiemstras have grown cover crops on their farm for 10 years.
Increase forage supplies and control weeds with cover crops.
Pasture monitoring is necessary for good management, but it can also be a lot of fun.
Most corn in Wisconsin breaks the old rule of thumb this year, and fewer acres are planted, as well.
Because of excessive moisture and flooding, some producers may be short on hay for the winter.
The state's hay inventory has been steadily declining in recent years.