Prime Minister and MP for Witney David Cameron visited farmer Tim Hook near Bampton, in Oxfordshire, to reassure him and other flood-hit farmers that the "money is there" for them.
He said the Government would be setting out details in the "coming days" on how affected farmers will be able to access a £10 million Government fund set up to support them.
As the flood crisis has escalated, so has the practicality of the footwear and clothing worn by Britain's politicians.
David Cameron has donned his wellies to visit Britain's flood-stricken areas, but was it all too late?
As the Westminster blame game rages on, the government must show victims of the catastrophic flooding that it has a grip on the crisis.