Heavy rains lead to crop losses in southern Minnesota


A crop insurance adjustor in southern Minnesota says excessive moisture will result in losses for some producers.

Rochelle Krusemark of Trimont tells Brownfield it’s been wet in many parts of the state since April.

“Mostly we’ve seen some replant, and then people who didn’t get in to replant because of standing water, a little bit of prevent-plant, but mostly ponded water.”

She says there have only been a few hail claims so far this season.

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