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Louisiana Flooding to Cost Farmers at Least $110 Million

The flooding in Louisiana has simply ruined fields and crops. The cost of the damage continues to go up as more information regarding the damages to crops is made known. Soybeans and sugar cane are among the crops with significant damage. View the video by AgWeb to learn more about the extent of the flooding in Louisiana and what is means to the cost of crops.

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