All eyes are on planting progress, but the 2019 harvest is also limping along. That’s the case at TMT Farms west of Jamestown. “We combined rye in July and literally every month since we’ve been combining something,” said Ryan Wanzek at Windsor. “We combined field edges (Thursday) so we could go out and seed it.” Wanzek says 900 of the farm’s intended 2,000 acres of wheat are seeded. Fifty percent of the intended corn acres and 65 percent of the soybeans are in the ground. The rest will likely be prevent plant. There have been issues beyond the difficult field conditions. “Road conditions were the biggest problem during corn planting. A lot of these roads, you couldn’t take a truck much less a planter or heavy tillage tool; the roads were just awful.” Listen to the complete interview.