Corn grows Monday in a field in southeast Willmar. The rain of recent days bought a smile to the faces of some local farmers who, with the recent dry spell, had feared a drought this year. Tribune photo by Gary Miller
A 'multimillion-dollar' rain graces area farm fields
WILLMAR -- Just as the long dry spell -- and talk that compared this spring to the 1930s drought years -- was starting to make farmers edgy, a timely weekend rain fell over the region.
"It was a multimillion-dollar rain," said Byron Hogberg, director of the Farm Service Agency in Renville County. "It was needed."
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