(Le Mars) -- An Iowa State University Extension Climatologist believes 2015 should be a decent year for farmers and their crops. Elwynn Taylor spoke before nearly 200 farmers in Le Mars on Tuesday. He says subsoil moisture levels have for the most part, been replenished across the cornbelt, giving farmers some optimism for having another good yield, despite what appears to be a dry winter.
Taylor says the nation is ending one weather cycle and is starting another. He says so far, we are having a moderate el nino' weather pattern which could mean above average crop yield for 2015.
The Extension Climatologist says farmers may see a cycle that could be more volatile.