"I guess I'm not abnormally concerned about it," he said. "I've farmed close to 40 years, and we've had wet springs before, but if it gets too late, it affects our yield."
Drought eases in many places; fields turn to mud →
"We took a hit, but it was much better than I would have thought, and that's just due to the genetics of today," Mr. Malchine, 51, said.
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