Over a million dollars in fire damage over the course of just a few days.
The Norfolk County Fire Department is reporting that two separate farmers lost their combines and part of their crop to a fire recently.
On Friday night, fire crews were sent out near Little Lake Road to find a combine and field on fire.
With the machine and the field fire, which destroyed around 5 acres, the damage was pegged at $200,000.
Then on Tuesday evening, firefighters were sent out to Windham Road 2 where another combine was completely engulfed in flames and around 10 acres of a field was on fire.
The estimated cost of damage for this fire is $750,000.
Fire Prevention Officer Michael Atkins says they respond to several fires involving combines and other types of farming machinery every year.
He adds that many of these incidents are not entirely preventable, but they are urging farmers to take precautions to be ready if a fire should occur.