The rain on Wednesday evening came fast and furious north of McHenry in Foster County, North Dakota. Rancher Sam Twedt says about three inches fell in about an hour. “It really developed out of nowhere and were very thankful to get some moisture. It’s amazing in just 24-hours how green things look now.” Twedt adds the dust is gone and dams and waterholes are full for now. “It’s a huge relief. I know there’s a lot of people out there who didn’t get as much rain, so I am hoping and praying they can find some relief, too.” Twedt, who operates Twedt Red Angus, says some damage has already been done. Crops were planted into dry dirt and the native pastures suffered the most, which were mostly dormant until now. Hear more in this Red River Farm Network interview.