Unprecedented Flooding Disrupts Farming in Midwest | Subverse News

Unprecedented Flooding Disrupts Farming in Midwest
2019 has been America’s wettest year on record after months of heavy rainfall that soaked the country’s most fertile cropland. Farms in the Midwest are still trapped under inches of rain and overflow from nearby riverbanks. We spoke to farmers about how this has impacted their industry and livelihood.

Report by Sean Jackson

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