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Frozen Dinosaur: Farmer Finds Huge Alligator Snapping Turtle Under Ice

On a harsh winter day in 2018, Robbie Polk chanced upon a dinosaur suspended in ice.

9 months ago
In Louisiana, local prices signal the market is positioning for supply disruptions from the storm as shipping is grinding to a halt along the southern reaches of the Mississippi River.
Storm Delivers Latest Blow to Farm Economy as Elevators Shut

America’s agricultural economy is bracing for yet another hit as Tropical Storm Barry barrels toward Louisiana, with grain elevators, cotton fields and cane crops in its projected path.

1 year ago
Adding More Rain to Already Wet Fields

Meteorologist Mike Hoffman looks at another soggy forecast and cooler conditions.

1 year ago
Tax Consequences of Weather-Related Sales

Every few years we seem to be faced with reasons to dust off these tax laws, but it has been a long time since it hasn’t been for drought. In 2019, we are looking at how these apply to flooding in the Midwest.

1 year ago
Flooding Leads to Cattle Rescues Around the Country

Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.

1 year ago
Flooding Leads to Cattle Rescues Around the Country

Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.

1 year ago
Tough Week in Oklahoma; Cattle on Feed

According to the Mesonet, the year so far through May 26 is the fourth wettest year on record in the state with the last thirty days the second wettest for the period. 

1 year ago
'Mountain of Sand' Spread Across Nebraska Farms After Floods

Tons of sand, sediment and silt — some in dunes as high as 10 feet — have been scattered across the eastern half to two-thirds of Nebraska by the March flooding.

1 year ago