It's a huge tally. State officials say the April storms cost the agriculture industry almost $300 million. The forestry industry took the biggest loss, of $266 million. The Gadsden Times reports one property owner in Marshall County who lives in the Martling community, has about $100,000 in damage and debris-removal costs for his cattle operations and $50,000 for his chicken houses. The biggest problem for many appears to be finding balance. How to keep the farm going while trying to rebuild.