Nebraska's director of agriculture said livestock producers have seen
losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars from floods and blizzard, while
state is likely to be rebuilding county roads for a considerable time.
See DTN Ag News. BNeb. Expedites FEMA Request...
Flooding over the weekend in the Missouri River Basin quickly became
more destructive than flooding the region faced in the spring and summer of
2011. Levees that held back the river eight years ago collapsed and were
undermined by heavy water coming from multiple rivers. Levee breaches and
topping continue down into northwest Missouri, as well.
See DTN Ag News. BLack of Warning on Floods...
High water continues to besiege the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers
and tributaries as the spring thaw has begun.
See DTN Ag News. BCash Market Moves...
Arkansas farmer ups water conservation and soil saving to cut costs
and boost yields.
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The recent drop in corn prices, related to the anticipation of larger
crops from South America, is disappointing to producers hoping for a higher
price. Even so, we can't rule out a rally yet.
See DTN Ag News. BTodd's Take...
Light rain and snow expected Tuesday in the central Plains and western Midwest with minimal additional flood damage expected. Field work remains unfavorabl through the end of the month. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Posted at 1:52PM Mon Mar 18, 2019 CDT
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