After millions of dead calves in Nebraska, now thousands of tons of grain lost in Iowa! Flood waters are causing havoc in some mid-western states – Iowa; Illinois; Missouri; Kansas; South Dakota; Minnesota; and Nebraska – and have resulted in an estimated $3 billion in damages so far. The video below by Iowa resident Gracie Newman shows just a fraction of the losses that have been incurred as a result of the unprecedented flooding.

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US grain bins collapse under catastrophic Iowa floods. via Youtube video

As can be seen from the video, at this location alone, at least five bins have burst, destroying thousands of tons of grain.

Rising water levels have breached levees along the Missouri River and forced several towns to evacuate. 

It was also reported that in the state of Nebraska (west of Iowa) the flooding has already caused more than $1 billion in damages, with more than 2,000 homes and 340 businesses lost. 

Missouri Bin Collapse

In a separate incident, a grain bin which was reportedly holding 21,591t – or 850,000 bushels – of corn collapsed in the state of Missouri, in the early hours of Monday, March 11. 


The grain was washed onto a nearby road and also blocked a railway line once its container’s walls split. No one was injured in the incident, which happened at a Bunge plant in LaGrange, Missouri. 

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  • #170803 Reply


    Stay away from carbs for as long as you can or buy floor now to make your own, because no one is thinking what some of this water washed through to get to the grain silos. Here is just one of many maps you might like to look at, because if you don’t think they will salvage and reuse this grain, I have a bridge to sell you.

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    Not floor, but flour.

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    Also this flood may end up being worst than the Great Flood of 1927, which lasted from 1927 to 1928. So keep watching the reports after you compare what you know to this map as it is effecting a larger region. Then read about the Great Flood of 1927 to know what to expect when food stamps don’t buy as much as they used to and the “you owe me crowd” wakes up to this realization.

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