Platte County Farmers Prepare as Missouri River Rises
The Johnson family has farmed in Rushville, Missouri , since the 1840's, and while it has never exactly been an easy lifestyle for the family, losing crops to floods four out of the last five years hasn't helped.
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#1 Aug 17, 2011
I saw several flood's at the Johnson farm in the
late 1930's. Roy Johnson was my uncle,but know
the farm is being run by my cousin Ted Johnson.
If anyone has taken pic's of the flooding around
Bean Lake or around general area, I sure would like
to have any sent to my email address.
It's been a couple of year's since i have been back there and my heart goe's out to all the one's
who have been suffering though all this flooding.
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