We had a little rain Monday. We were able to pick corn by the afternoon, though, and continued for the rest of the week. I would estimate Stark County at 95% done with soybeans and maybe 50% done with corn. Fertilizer and limestone is being spread andtillage work is in full swing. Many are fighting twisted up corn from summer wind storms, which is a pain. Wind and heat have dropped corn moisture down to 14% to 18%, which is helpful. Lots of corn is going straight into the bin. I was surprised last week when several CropWatchers admitted combine problems. We were among them, with an oscillating bearing taking two days and one hour to fix. Most of it was self-inflicted. Monday morning, the local dealership mechanic came out and fixed it in an hour. Thank goodness for great mechanics.