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North Carolina Executive Director of the Farm Service Agency Bob Etheridge (left) speaks to Al Wood of the Pasquotank Cooperative Extension in front of a damaged silo during a tour of tornado damage that Etheridge was making of the area, Wednesday.
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North Carolina Executive Director of the Farm Service Agency Bob Etheridge (left) speaks to Al Wood of the Pasquotank Cooperative Extension in front of a damaged silo during a tour of tornado damage that Etheridge was making of the area, Wednesday.

Surveying the damage: Farmers: Winds bad, rains worse

By William F. West And Peter Williams

The Daily Advance

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While the tornadoes that touched down last Friday night caused a lot of structural damage to area farming operations, the persistent rainfall over the past month may end up being even more damaging.

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