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Farmers Facing Flooding Problems in Falmouth
Farmers in Falmouth are reporting serious problems from weekend rains.
One soybean farmer, Ronald Goldman, said he lost 10% of his crop. That's about $20,000 worth of soybeans.
Soybean and tobacco farmers have been the hardest hit because those crops grow low to the ground. There were less problems with corn plants because those grow higher.
A number of farmers said this is the worst flooding they've seen since the big flood of 1997.