Flooding in Mississippi is devastating farmers in the worst disaster since 1927. See what it looks like on the ground.

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· Much of the Mississippi Delta has been submerged under feet of water for months. At the flooding's peak, water spread in an area over twice the size of New York City.
· Storms, like Hurricane Barry, have exacerbated the flooding. Some farmers told us that recent storms have caused waters to rise even further.
· Farmers in...

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