“We’re looking good, but getting pretty dry,” Glienke said July 6. His corn crop was over 6 feet tall and should tassel soon. Soybeans are filling out. Both crops could use some rain, he said. His hay crop has been “phenomenal” this year, he said. “We’re getting about 15 to 20 percent more hay than usual,” he said. He attributed that to timely rains where his hay fields are located and timely cuttings.
North Central Iowa
About 1 inch of rain fell in Hejlik’s area recently, but it soaked...