UNDATED, WI (WTAQ) - The Wisconsin crop harvest is still behind schedule.
The National Ag Statistics Service said 39-percent of the state's corn-for-grain was harvested as of Sunday.
That's 11-percent more than the previous week, but it's still eight-percent behind the normal for this date.
Corn-for-feed is 93-percent harvested, five-percent behind the norm.
Moisture levels are still relatively high in some places.
Ninety-two percent of the corn is mature, only three-percent below the norm.
Sixty-nine percent of Wisconsin soybeans are harvested. That's about 10-percent behind schedule.