Above normal Midwest rain has saturated the soil in a pattern much like in 1993. As a result, corn planting was delayed by three weeks in some locations. The corn production loss in 1993 was catastrophic in the modern era. (33% decline from the prior year). Main Street Data assesses this type of crop loss risk for our customers.

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MSD has developed scenarios that can assess the yield impacts of 2019 flooding and assist with your insurance risk decisions. You can schedule a call to learn more about our insights by emailing
datascience@mainstreetdata.co

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