Now that it’s drier, Wisconsin farmers are getting more work done to get their fields ready for crop planting. But the state Ag Statistics Service says farmers remain 13 days behind schedule with their spring tillage, and corn producers are especially looking for warmer weather. It won’t happen this week, as the National Weather Service says no place in the Badger State is likely to reach 70 degrees. Officials say about 15-percent of this year’s corn crop is in the ground, which is ten days behind last year and six days behind the average for the past five years. About half of Wisconsin’s oats and potatoes have been planted, one week later than 2016 — and two-percent of the soybeans are in the ground.