Most farmers in Wisconsin normally try to get their crops harvested by Thanksgiving, but that won’t be the case this year. The Wisconsin Ag Statistics Service says only 69-percent of the corn for grain was harvested as of Sunday, and that’s 12 days later than normal. The harvest has slowly moved forward — but some places report higher grain moistures due to damp conditions the past few weeks. Officials say frozen soils and sunny dry days are needed to harvest the last of the corn and soybeans. Ninety-four-percent of the Wisconsin soybean crop has been harvested, eight days behind schedule — and the fall field tillage is 58-percent done, and that’s a full week behind the average.