Farmers have been able to make planting progress over the last week. However, at Niagara, North Dakota, farmer Randy Schaley hadn’t turned a wheel yet as of Tuesday. “We need some sunshine and heat to help dry things out. Twenty-five to 30 degrees in the morning during May is pretty chilly.” In the Emerado and Northwood areas, Integrated Ag Services owner Jared Hagert has been moving some seed around. “It’s pretty damp here yet. Fields with drain tile will be the first to be put in,” says Hagert. “Just mainly fertilizer has been spread.” Crop Watch is brought to you by AgCountry Farm Credit Services, Crary Industries and the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council. Listen to the segment.