Wisconsin farmers have seen a late growing season come to an end after much of the state had its first hard freeze. But officials say the grain moisture in the corn crop is too high in some places — and as a result, only 25-percent of the state’s corn for grain has been harvested, 15 days behind schedule. Ninety-three-percent of the corn for animal feed is in the bin, seven days behind the average. Seventy-two of the corn crop is rated good to excellent, two points better than last week. Eighty-percent of the Wisconsin soybeans have been harvested, two days behind the norm — and 92-percent of the winter wheat is in the ground, and 85-percent of it is good to excellent.