Though many Fayette County farmers are making progress in getting their crops out of the fields, this year’s harvest is all over the map.
“We have a few who have finished harvesting, and we have others who won’t finish until Thanksgiving,” said Ron Marshel, Fayette County Farm Bureau manager. “A few fields of soybeans remain, but there’s still a considerable amount of corn to be harvested.”
Marshel estimated that 85-90 percent of the county's soybeans have been cut, and about 75 percent of the corn has been harvested.
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