Winnebago Industries Inc. WGO. +1.96% stock rose by 5% in premarket trading on Wednesday, after Winnebago Industries beat Wall Street estimates for adjusted earnings and revenue. According to Eden Prairie, Minn. company, its second quarter profit dropped to $52.8million, or $1.52 per share, from $91.2million, or $2.69 per share in the previous year. According to FactSet analyst forecasts, Winnebago’s adjusted earnings for the second quarter were $1.88 per share. This was higher than the $1.25 per share estimate. Winnebago’s second quarter revenue dropped 25.6%, to $866.7million. This was higher than the analyst estimate ($783.7 million). Michael Happe, CEO of Winnebago, stated that performance in the marine unit helped offset a softening in RV consumer demand from recent cyclical highs.