"We wouldn't keep farming if we didn't think it was gonna be better this year than it was last year because you don't ever want to say it's gonna be worse than last year, but I think we've got a good chance for a good crop," he said.
Yeager and his crews began planting corn just after Easter. They expect to have 85-percent of their work by the time they wrap up Wednesday night. Yeager says the corn will be done in the next few days. Next week, he'll help his son plant beans. So far, there's been just barely enough moisture for a good corn crop.