WISCONSIN NEWS ROUNDUP: Farmers continue to struggle from a lack of rain
Wisconsin farmers continue to struggle from a lack of rain. The National Ag Statistics Service says the average soil moisture in Wisconsin was 59-percent short as of Sunday. That’s just three-percent better than a year ago, when the state was going through its worst drought in decades. Officials said corn and soybeans are showing stress from a lack of moisture, especially in northern parts of the Badger State.