This year’s soggy spring has farmers in central New York scrambling. Many farms are two weeks behind in their planting schedules.
On a clear day, there’s quite a vista from farmer Dan Palladino’s hilltop farm in the town of Pompey.
"You can see all the way to Sodus, and Chimney Bluffs there. Over there is Oneida Lake, and over there are the foothills of the Adirondacks, and you can see Canastota," Palladino said, describing the view.
But there haven’t been too many of those clear days this rain-soaked spring. And it’s messing up more than the view.