While some Pennsylvania farmers were happy to see heavy rain in the past week, it may have been bad news for the hay crop.
A number of farmers have reported issues cutting their hay due to the wet weather.
They say hay typically needs to be dry for a period of at least three days before getting the big chop.
But so much rainfall has made the task very difficult.
Farmers fear the situation could lead to a shortage.
Many farms are now trying to move quickly before more rain makes the situation even worse.