The harvesting season is going full speed ahead as Arkansas farmers race to reap what they`ve sown. This time of year, their attention is on the rice fields. Farmers south and southeast of Little Rock tell News 4 Arkansas recent rains haven`t affected their harvest too much, since they didn`t receive much of that rain. One farmer in England says that`s okay: more rain would slow the harvest he`s already in the middle of. There are some reports of uncertainty for farmers futrther north where planting was delayed because of so much spring rain and flooding. England farmer Brad Whitehead says he and his crew are working hard through the holiday to harvest the rice fields. "Weatherman said hurricane`s coming. We don`t need a hurricane, we got to get all the rice out we can...very big hurry," said Whitehead. Whitehead says while he expects a good rice crop, it`s too early to tell on his cotton. And however the crops come out, it`s even harder to tell how his profits will come out. "It`s still pretty bad, we`re not making much money. Price of cotton`s down, beans are up a little, and rice is a ltitle higher. It`s still hard to make a profit," he said. Meanwhile, he and other farmers will just play the waiting game to see what Mother Nature does next. Arkansas is the nation`s #1 rice producer with over 45% of the country`s crop.