COLUMBIA — Farmers have experienced a wetter-than-average spring for the third year in a row. Corn planting has lagged in the past two weeks, but the state's $1.6 billion crop remains on pace to meet the forecast for total acreage.
Wet weather a challenge for Columbia farmers
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