Flooding isn’t just causing problems for homeowners and cities — it also means big problems for farmers.
Many of them have flooded fields and pastures right now.
We spoke with one family whose fields are underwater along the James River in Yankton County.
“We’re in a situation now with all this flooding that people are going to lose some income off of it and that has a potential to affect the entire county,” Dan Klimisch said.
Klimisch is also the chairman of the Yankton County Commission.
In Friday’s Eye on KELOLAND at 10, you’ll hear from him, his brother, and his father about what flooding has meant to their farm.