WATCH: Floods ruin more than 1 million acres of US crop land

2019-03-30 10:02
A corn field is filled with floodwater on March 23, 2019 near Nemaha, Nebraska. Midwest states are battling some of the worst flooding they have experienced in decades as rain and snow melt from the recent "bomb cyclone" that has inundated rivers and streams. At least three deaths have been linked to the flooding. (Getty Images/AFP)

A corn field is filled with floodwater on March 23, 2019 near Nemaha, Nebraska. Midwest states are battling some of the worst flooding they have experienced in decades as rain and snow melt from the recent "bomb cyclone" that has inundated rivers and streams. At least three deaths have been linked to the flooding. (Getty Images/AFP) (Scott Olsen)

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At least 1 million acres of U.S. farmland were flooded after the "bomb cyclone" storm hit the Midwest, satellite data analyzed by crop forecaster Gro Intelligence for Reuters showed.



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