Navigating transportation disruptions on the Mississippi river

IARN — Low water levels along the Mississippi River are causing transportation disruptions for agriculture, as the river saw record low levels earlier this month. The lower levels mean less product can flow along the river which limits barge traffic and slows the movement of grain. American Farm Bureau Federation Economist Danny Munch explains how farmers can help to protect against transportation disruptions like this one.

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