A farmer harvests corn west of St. Marys on Tuesday evening. Wet fall weather may have some farmers taking off corn well into November and spending extra money on drying costs, local ag officials have said.
Local farmers may be harvesting corn into late November due to a wet fall that's kept them out of the fields.
Add that to this year's drought and lackluster yields, and a lot of producers are wringing their hands, local ag officials say. [More