In the Barnesville area, Jake Thompson told RRFN the field conditions are spotty. “We don’t have sugarbeets planted, because that ground is too wet. We’re planting corn and if we can continue to plant for the next two days, we could get it all done. We haven’t even thought about planting soybeans yet.” As of Tuesday, Wolverton, farmer Jay Nord only had ten percent of the crop planted. During a normal planting season, most of the crop would be in the ground already. “Basically, all we’ve been able to farm this spring is tiled ground and old sugarbeet ground.” In Fergus Falls, AgCountry Farm Credit Services Vice President of Insurance Rob Fronning said a few farmers are starting to shift from planting corn to soybeans. “We’re hoping farmers can keep making progress on any crop. There are patches of wet in fields and farmers may have to take prevent plant on certain areas.” Hear the story.