The Environment secretary, Owen Paterson, has accepted criticism from farmers who have complained it is too difficult to apply for flood recovery money.
The minister was in Somerset this morning to announce the next phase of funding.
Until now, flooded farmers could only apply for up to £5,000. Now they can apply for £35,000 worth of relief.
But some farmers say the forms are too complicated and difficult to complete.
If you're a farmer and need some help applying for the flood recovery fund, you can ring Somerset County Council on 01823 355427 and speak to Abigail Vickery and Anne Langdon.
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