Wisconsin’s 2021 cranberry crop is expected to be about average by the time the harvest kicks off in a month. The Wisconsin Cranberry Growers Association is estimating a total production of about 5.5 million barrels for this year’s crop. That’s slightly higher than the almost 5 million barrels projected by the U-S Cranberry Marketing Committee in its forecast issued last month. The head of the state association, Tom Lochner, says the continued warm weather in the weeks remaining before harvest could help with some additional growth.

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