BROOKLAND, AR (KAIT) -According to the latest report put out by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, crop losses for this year are upwards of 3 Hundred and 9 Million dollars.
David Hodges says this is one of the wildest years he's ever experienced as a farmer.
"The extensive rain that went on and on and on in the spring. We went to the extreme heat 100 + temperatures in June and we all thought, well the drought is here. And then, it went back to raining and rained all the rest of the summer and then rained all through harvest. I've been farming since I don't know probably since 82 or 3--somewhere along in there--and I've never seen one quite like it. "