Pray for rain
What's plan B? "Wait for next year?"
But Mosman says they can't give up on the crop, they have to bring the crop in to meet insurance safety net requirements.
"When you're a dryland farmer, you get what you get and typically we're 80 bushels, 70-80 dryland wheat. Which is pretty good for dryland wheat. Last year it rained all of June and we had a great crop. This year if we average 40 or 50 we'll be doing good. And the price of wheat has gone up, everyone has Federal Crop Insurance any more so that helps," said Mosman.
With wheat and canola prices through the roof delivering a crop this year means good money…But farmers say, no crop is disastrous.