Sheldon, sounds like you guys are having a rough time of it. The last time something like that happened to us, we just let the field drain, and we figured that everything was a loss, but it wasn't. Yes we lost our cash crops, but after a short time, we found that much of the seedings were just all jumbled up. We let the fields go as they would, and we were quite surprised when much of it survived the flooding. It was all mixed up, and we were not able to sell it, but it was the start of us offering a small local church the opportunity to pick our fields. We made some more friends, and the church had some fresh veggies for their pantry.