Some rain in the early spring delayed the planting of corn and soybeans in Fayette County. More rain delayed the planting even more. And yet more rain delayed the planting even more.
And there were some crops that had to be replanted because of later rains.
Yet, Fayette County looks to finish this growing season with some strong corn and soybean yield totals.
In fact, the 2008 yield totals could be even higher than last year, which was deemed by farm officials to be one of Fayette County’s better years.
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