MARATHON COUNTY (WKOW) -- Many parts of Wisconsin woke up to their first frost of the season Sunday morning. For some local farmers, that means it's time to harvest crops.
"It kind of sets them back and if it's a very hard frost, it's got to be down in the 20's for a certain amount of hours, it's pretty much done," said Marathon County farmer Mike Borchardt.
Some farmers say the hot, dry summer meant their crops matured faster than normal.
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