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Flooding Has Damaged Farms and May Lead to Higher Food Prices

Flooding along the Missouri River may delay crop planting and increase the cost of animal feed. That could force beef or pork producers to adjust their herd sizes. (Aerial Photo: Peggy Lowe, Harvest Public Media)

Farmers in several states along the Missouri River including Kansas and Missouri are continuing to assess damage from recent flooding. As Harvest Public Media’s Amy Mayer reports, there are effects for the broader agricultural economy as well.


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