The quality of the wheat has gone down because of the rain, and we also have to dry it which is expensive because we use diesel for the drier.
The ground is soft and our combine got stuck which has wasted a lot of time.
Some people's crops have fallen over and died. When this happens, the seed starts to germinate, making it worthless.
We have spent all year growing crops and spending money and so much is ruined.
This is all new to me, I can't remember this happening before, during my lifetime.
It affects everyone who got rain like this, but some people are worse off than us.
Some had whole fields ruined and once you lose money like that, you can never get it back.
Selling your harvest
The way crops are sold is that the buyer takes the seeds for 14 days, and if they germinate, they will buy them.
Ours might be used for seed or if the quality isn't that great it will be used for cattle feed.
But everyone is in the same boat."
Mike, 14, East Yorkshire
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