Alan Roelofs replaces the lid on a seed hopper on his 24-row corn planter. Like most Minnesota farmers, Roelofs got a late start this year on his spring planting at his farm two miles southwest of Tyler.
Posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 9:53 am
Updated: 1:24 pm, Wed May 15, 2013.
TYLER — After a summer of drought and a winter that seemed endless, Minnesota farmers welcomed some decent planting weather in the past week.
Many made good progress sowing their fields before the rains returned and shut down work again in most of the state. Even though planting now is running behind, farmers still believe they will see a good crop.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 9:53 am.
Updated: 1:24 pm.