(UNDATED) - At least one official says this spring has been the wettest in the past several years for south-central Indiana farmers.
They're hoping the end of spring continues to mean an end to heavy rain and flooding.
Bartholomew County Extension Agent Mike Ferree says this year's crop probably won't be a top yield, but that depends on what July and August bring.
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