Flooding Hurts Barge Grain Transportation
Record flooding throughout the upper Mississippi river area is hurting agricultural transportation. The river crested at a near all time record point, second to 1993 flooding levels. Flooding messes with barge navigation and more horse power is needed to push against tough currents. Barge captains also move 15 boats lashed together, which could mean more accidents to bridges or levies.
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