Flood waters bolstered by more than 20 inches of rain in a three week period are causing great concern for area farmers. The average rain fall per year for this area is 44 inches. Farmers in the area are now looking at options and making financial decisions, based on the fact that almost half of the year's precipitation fell in the month of April, putting planting of area crops behind schedule.
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