Ray Unger tells us crops seeded last fall have done best.
It's a trend in the harvest this year in the southeast. Fall and early spring seeded crops are coming off well while later seeded crops are suffering. Ray Unger is part of a family grain, hog and beef operation south of Mitchell. He says winter wheat did good as did green feed and first cut alfalfa. But Unger tells us about half of their 400 acres of grain corn did not fill properly and will be cut up for green feed. Meantime, he says pastures are in poor shape and they are already feeding hay to some of their cattle.