Caddo County, Okla., farmer Karen Krehbiel examines unharvested milo on her family's farm near Hydro, Okla. Not all of the farm's milo fields were irrigated because of an ongoing drought, the latest natural disaster to strike the county, which also has been beset in recent years by floods, tornadoes, ice storms and hail.
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published Monday, January 28th, 2013
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BINGER, Okla. — In the gently rolling hills of Oklahoma ranch country is a place that has seen more than its share of destructive weather — tornadoes, ice storms and floods, year after year, for half of the last decade.