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Water, Water Everywhere
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Mon Jun 8, 2015 02:00 PM CDT

Heavy, frequent rains in the central Plains filled the Missouri River up over its banks last week, along with creeks and streams in the same area. In a span of 36 hours, the river near Waverly, Missouri, rose three feet to 29.38 feet on June 7.

Adam Casner, a farmer in Carrollton, Missouri, told DTN via email he expected to be "heading for higher ground" on June 5 after packing up his home, equipment and tools as the flood waters threatened. He farms next to the levees along the Missouri River and said the water they were getting was "seep ...

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