Farmers in rural Kansas are tallying losses after a tornado hit the same area twice in an hour Tuesday night, dropping seven inches of rain and taking homes, machinery and cattle.

The Salina Journal reports Ottawa County experienced some damage when the tornado and high winds hit at 6:15 Tuesday night, but most of the destruction occurred during the tornado’s second pass around 30 minutes later.

Bollier Farm, located about six miles southeast of Minneapolis, Kan., lost 36 cattle. Joann Bollier told the Salina Journal she found the farm’s two combines, one tractor, three trucks, and a baler and air seeder caked with foliage and mud.