By McKenzie Konop
Farmers are in a bind when it comes to crop growth this year. While the crops look healthy, a dry spell has hit Door County and is slowing down the growth of crops this year according to Rich Olson, owner of Olson Family Farms. Olson says not only is the crop growth slow locally, but the dry spell is affecting other surrounding areas.
Olson adds the lack of rain takes a financial toll on farmers everywhere. Overall, He hopes to see rainfall soon to speed up crop growth.