By Terry Kovarik
Inconsistent rainfall in Door and Kewaunee Counties could mean mixed corn yields for area farmers. That’s the assessment from an area U-W Agriculture agent. Corn crops are reaching the point where tassels should begin forming. That means rain is needed to aid in pollination. Aerica Bjurstrom from the Kewaunee County Extension Office says most area corn corps should be good. But the elements have not been kinds to selected areas.
But Bjurstrom adds farmers overall have had good silage from past years to make up for shortfalls in this year’s crop.