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Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013 8:00 am

Although a soggy spring has delayed about 50 percent of Franklin County’s corn planting, Ken Bolte, agricultural business specialist with the University of Missouri Extension, said it’s not too late to get the rest in.

“This week looks good,” he said. “A few dry days this week and farmers should be able to get crops in. Overall it looks like no showers until Thursday so they should be able to plant.”

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