Drought scorched Texas farmers and ranchers for a record $5.2 billion in estimated lost income so far this year.

The Texas Agrilife Extension Service estimated cotton losses had already hit $1.8 billion, and ranching suffered $2.1 billion as high commodity prices and withering conditions combined for the state’s most costly year since 2006.

Economists were still calculating the ripple effect for communities like Lubbock, where ginners and other support businesses would be hit by a small crop.

“This destructive climatic pattern has taken a huge toll on crops and forages, and the timing could not have been worse for Texas producers,” Travis Miller, an extension economist and member of the Governor’s Drought Preparedness Council, said in a statement