In October 2015, record rainfall caused flooding throughout South Carolina. Thad Wimberly, left, and Jonathan Berry inspect the damage to a field of peanuts in Branchville, Oct. 9, 2015. Wimberly, co-owner of Wimco Farms in Branchville, expected to lose 75 percent of his crop.
In October 2015, record rainfall caused flooding throughout South Carolina. Thad Wimberly, left, and Jonathan Berry inspect the damage to a field of peanuts in Branchville, Oct. 9, 2015. Wimberly, co-owner of Wimco Farms in Branchville, expected to lose 75 percent of his crop. Adam Beam Associated Press
In October 2015, record rainfall caused flooding throughout South Carolina. Thad Wimberly, left, and Jonathan Berry inspect the damage to a field of peanuts in Branchville, Oct. 9, 2015. Wimberly, co-owner of Wimco Farms in Branchville, expected to lose 75 percent of his crop. Adam Beam Associated Press

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