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Disaster Declared in North Dakota

Posted by feww on January 14, 2012

Agricultural disaster declared in 22 of 53 ND counties

Multiple disasters caused by extreme weather events including spring snowstorms, frosts and freezes in late spring and early fall, excessive rain, flooding, ground saturation, landslides, strong winds, hail, tornadoes, unseasonably cool spring temps, scorching summer heat and weather-related insects and crop diseases, USDA reported.

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  • North Dakota, USA.  USDA has declared 22 of 53 North Dakota counties as agricultural disaster areas due to extreme weather events including spring snowstorms, frosts and freezes in late spring and early fall, excessive rain, flooding, ground saturation, landslides, strong winds, hail, tornadoes, unseasonably cool spring temps, scorching summer heat and weather-related insects and crop diseases, which occurred from January 1, 2011, and continues.
    • The following ND counties have been designated as Primary Disaster Areas: Adams, Bowman, Burleigh, Logan, Morton, Slope and Stark.
    • ND counties designated as contiguous disaster areas include Billings, Hettinger, Mercer, Dunn, Kidder, Oliver, Emmons, La Moure, Sheridan, Golden Valley, McIntosh, Sioux, Grant, McLean and Stutsman.
    • “North Dakota farmers have experienced several disaster conditions over a long period of time, which have caused major losses to a wide variety of crops such as corn, wheat, sunflowers, dry beans, pasture and forage crops,” said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
  • Montana. Fallon County in the neighboring state of Montana has also been designated as a disaster area because it’s contiguous.
  • South Dakota. Corson, Harding and Perkins counties in SD have also been added to the disaster declaration because they’re contiguous.

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