All that rain has put farmers in Michigan way behind when it comes to planting.
However, some farmers are in a hurry to plant not just corn and soybeans but sorghum in Michigan.
AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben caught up with one farmer who is deciding at planting something not traditionally known in Michigan. She talks with Tom Krull, a farmer in Constantine, Michigan and Zach Bolla, the Owner of Cover Crop Services, LLC.
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