Fields in southern Minnesota are still damp. Lincoln County farmer Bob Worth got in the field last Friday for harvest, but didn’t get much done. Wednesday’s try at soybean harvest was challenging. “The beans will not dry down. We really want to keep going. It sounds miserable for the next week.” Worth considered switching to harvest corn, but other farmers who made the switch are finding there’s more mud in corn fields. Trucks are being loaded on township roads instead of the field and adding tracks to the equipment can get expensive. “I didn’t think the rains would continue on this fall. I thought rains would quit. We were way ahead of schedule on corn and soybeans, but then, it just keeps raining.” Listen to the latest forecast from World Weather Incorporated.