Area farmers say they're expecting a bumper strawberry crop this year.
The past several years have been a far cry from easy for area farmers who are doing their best to survive this terrible drought.
The annual Charlie-Thornberry Pecan Festival is Thursday.
It's the time of year when strawberries are being planted around Texoma. A Clay County farmer is experimenting with berries from another country.
Farmers say they have a full black-eyed pea crop this year.
Recent storms skipped over the Charlie-Thornberry area, so the farmers' crops weren't damaged by hail or gusting winds. And thanks to recent rains, growers say they have surplus of two crops that have been hard to come by these past couple years.
Farmers say this year's strawberry crop outshines many others.