Wet conditions are common in eastern Brown County as shown in this field off County JJ in Eaton after heavy rains soaked the area Tuesday.
A stretch of favorable weather the last few weeks has seen a scramble in fields across the state as farmers work to get the 2014 crop in the ground after a spring that has been less than conducive for field work.
"I think we're sitting pretty good," Door County farmer Ed Staats said after getting several hundred acres of crops planted in a matter of days before wet weather last weekend and early last week slowed things.
A cold and wet spring has been the bane of Wisconsin farmers, but dry, warm weather has allowed planting to get underway in earnest between heavy rains in recent weeks. ...