Rain Drain: Farm Journal Readers Pummeled by Flooding

June 7, 2019 03:24 PM
Data from Farm Journal and the United States Geological Service show the scope of farmers affected by flooding.

We know flooding has affected you in unprecedented ways—delaying planting, causing cattle losses and damaging a farmland and homes. We’ve seen it in the data and in your stories we’ve shared.  We’ve even seen the dramatic weather hit close to home for our Farm Journal family.

 (Are you in a flooded area? Tell us your story and share your photos here.)

Now we can share a closer look at the broad scope of this historic flooding. The red dots on this U.S. map pinpoint all Farm Journal readers in flooded areas as of May 31.

Here’s a closer look at how many of you live near flooded river basins across the United States, as identified by the USGS Floodwatch Program.

Ohio River Region

Mid-Atlantic Region

Upper Mississippi River Basin

 Flood image

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