A fter a six-month period that has included a historic freeze, drought conditions and five weeks of frequent heavy rains, Southern Brazoria County farmers might not be surprised if frogs started falling to earth.

The weather extremes have growers struggling to meet their usual production levels as many crops planted early in the year were killed off by the freeze and those put in the ground in the spring have drowned.

Nick Irene is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0149.​

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PJBM626

Been in this area my whole life except Military duty. I’ve seen this cyclic weather like this many times. Let’s pray for our farmers

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