Near Wilmot, South Dakota, farmer and rancher Jason Frerichs was able to plant 85 to 90 percent of his crop. Southern Roberts County continues to get a couple inches of rain at a time. “All things considered, our crops look decent,” says Frerichs. “The corn is knee-high, but the soybeans need some more time.” With 10 to 15 percent of Frerichs’ crop left unplanted, he will hay and graze those prevent plant acres. “A portion of the fields will have a mix of turnip, radish and a cereal grain. We’ll also plant some more millet with clover, as well as sorghum and oats to chop.” Listen to the story.