A late crop harvest in Wisconsin is almost finished. The state Ag Statistics Service says 81-percent of the corn for grain has been harvested, eleven days behind schedule. The corn’s moisture content remains too high in some places, and officials say some of the standing corn will most likely remain in the fields during the winter although other producers say their corn yields are either close to last year or higher. Only four percent of the Wisconsin soybeans have not been harvested, but that’s ten days behind the average. Field tillage work is more than two thirds finished, and it’s eleven days later than the norm as frozen ground starts to hamper the field operations in northern Wisconsin.