Hurricane Michael ripped through south Alabama and other parts of the southeast. With it came major rainfall and wind speeds of up to 155 mph. While the full extent of the damage is not known, many areas had devastating damage to buildings, landscapes and crops.
Farmers hustled to harvest crops before Michael hit landfall. Sadly, many acres of crops where not harvested and destroyed by the storms. While the full extent of the crop damage is not fully known yet, this is certainly detrimental to southeastern farmers.