Wisconsin’s corn harvest is finally starting to pick up. The state Ag Statistics Service says 56-percent of the state’s corn for grain is in the bin, still eleven days behind schedule but slowly catching up. The corn’s moisture content remains high with an average of 21-percent — but 71-percent of the crop is still good to excellent, and field reporters say yields are better than previously thought. All but eight-percent of the Wisconsin soybeans have been harvested, five days behind normal — and the winter wheat crops is slighty ahead of last year with 85-percent rated good to excellent.