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I'm hoping all our Michigan producers are OK and that their sugar bushes have faired well from the recent twisters. Heard on the news this morning that Lansing area was hit so best of luck.
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Old June 23rd, 2015, 10:33 PM
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Other than being flooded we're okay here. We received over 3 inches of rain in less than 3 hours last night. I had water running into my basement in places I have never seen before in the 40 some years I have lived in this house. Our total rainfall for the past two weeks is almost 10 inches. Over in Ogdens neck of the woods a dairy farmer lost his buildings housing 3500 cows. I cant imagine what kind of effort it would take to find places to house and milk that many cows in such short notice. Michigan dairy farm leveled by severe weather | News - Home
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