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After all of the rain that has fallen on the Perham area, delays in planting, muddy soil and standing water in fields have created a string of headaches for local farmers. Elizabeth Huwe/FOCUS

Miserable planting, haying season for local farmers: June is wettest on modern record in MN

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Some people enjoy listening to raindrops tip-tapping on a window. After the spring that most Minnesotans have endured, and the way this summer has started, those individuals are likely becoming the minority.

If any group is positively exasperated and exhausted by the never-ending moisture, it’s area farmers and those in agriculture-related professions.

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