Red River floods fields, but U.S. farmers ready

Reuters: Record flooding in parts of the U.S. Red River Valley has slowed grain movement, but lake-like fields are nothing new to farmers who battle flooding on some scale each spring, industry officials said. The Red River, which divides North Dakota and Minnesota, is slowly easing from its Saturday crest at Fargo-Moorhead that left widespread flooding in fields north of the city. Every year, farmers in the valley all but halt deliveries of stored crops to handling facilities due to muddy or flooded......

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