Farmers across the West Country say months of bad weather is causing havoc. In Cornwall only 5% of this years early potato crop has been planted because of the sodden ground.
It means there could be a supply shortage in the early summer. And cauliflower crops normally harvested at this time of year have also been damaged by the wet soil.
Penzance vegetable grower David Wallis's Cauliflower fields have become trenches. Weeks of wet weather have drenched the soil.
That might mean you wouldn't see many Cornish potatoes on the shelves in early summer. David's family grows 40 acres of cauliflowers across the Crowlas area. A tenth haven't grown properly, suffering in the waterlogged muddy fields.
Livestock farmers are having a hard time too. Chris Cardell is a spokesman for the National Farmers Union (NFU). He keeps a herd of 130 dairy cattle at Probus near Truro.
These are difficult times for livestock and arable farmers. All are hoping some good fortune is on the horizon.
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