RIO VERDE, Brazil (DTN) -- There are small puddles all the way along the track leading up to Silvio Wegener's farm.
It has obviously rained in this corner of Brazil's center-west, which is excellent news for farmers itching to plant the 2014-15 soybean crop.
Sure enough, during a recent DTN visit to Silvio's farm, planters are motoring along the fields of his family's 4,200-acre farm in Rio Verde, southern Goias state.
"We got about 45 millimeters (1 3/4 inches) yesterday, which has created excellent planting conditions. The season has started well," the farmer told DTN.
Not all farmers have been ...