Numerous wheat and canola crops were damaged during last months storms, proving that crop insurance is a must for farmers.
While many Texomans are rejoicing for the rain, many farmers are considering their options after storms damaged or destroyed many crops.
Texoma's below freezing temps are not causing a huge concern for farmers.
The drought has made the farmer's saying "feast or famine" ring true and it looks like the famine could definitely continue this year too.
We're accustomed to having roller coaster temperatures in Texoma but the most recent bout of freezing temps have thrown farmers for a loop-- one they may not recover from.
With projections of above average temperatures and below average rainfall for the coming months growers are starting to get a little worried.