Layfayette, Indiana farmer Alan Kemper has most of his corn and soybeans planted. “My farm is the exception, however. It’s extremely spotty.” Other farmers in the area are enrolling in prevented planting. It is a rare occurance for those farmers. Kemper says there’s been a really long wait at local Farm Service Agency offices, up to one and a half hours at times. “The staff just can’t keep up with all of the people turning in the prevented planting decisions, particularly soybeans now.”
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