Ag meteorologist expects some dry days in July

Ag meteorologist expects some dry days in July

ILLINOIS (RFD) — He’s not ready to call it a weather market just yet, but Freese-Notis agriculture meteorologist Dan Hicks expects parts of the Corn Belt to see some dry days in July.

The latest USDA crop report has 67-percent of the corn crop in good to excellent condition. 68-percent of the state’s soybean crop is currently in good to excellent condition.