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Record flooding in parts of the Midwest in March caused immense damage to agriculture. Water is still standing in fields where failed river levees have not yet been repaired. For some farmers and ranchers, already facing low commodity prices, tariffs and taxes, it’s a compounded level of stress driving record numbers to seek professional help. Nebraska PBS station NET's Jack Williams reports.
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