A farmer in central South Dakota says corn and sunflower harvest have been on hold due to the wet weather and a lack of grain storage.
Chuck Todd from Onida tells Brownfield local grain elevators and on-farm grain bins have filled up quickly.
“Every bin will be full and there’s a lot of storage around here. There will be no leftover storage, they’ll be packed full,” he says. “There are a few bags in fields I’ve noticed.