Southwest Iowa farmers are preparing for next year after suffering big losses from this year’s Missouri River flooding, Iowa Public Radio reports. Flooding in southwest Iowa destroyed almost 2 million bushels of corn and half a million bushels of soybeans, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency’s Iowa office. With more wet conditions predicted in the winter, flooding two years in a row would be devastating for farmers, IPR reports, but some farmers made money this year through providing equipment and labor to crews fixing levee breaches.