If flood waters might be heading for your farm, what should you think about doing? Lots of rain, possible flooding expected from storms bore down on the Gulf Coast last week. And if you know, high water could be heading for your farm. What do you do? Ken Hellevang is a North Dakota State University extension engineer and he says, first of all, if you have livestock, do what you can… “to make sure that we continue to have the livestock on dry soil so that we're going to have access to water, to feed, particularly of concern, you know, if we're working with dairy, power supply becomes an issue or confined livestock require ventilation systems that must be functioning and so assuring that if there's a power outage that we have a backup plan.” Test out those generators, make sure you have several days worth of fuel for them, get farm tractors and such to higher ground if possible. And Hellevang says have an evacuation plan ready for you and your family just in case. Gather your valuable papers, put them in waterproof containers where you can get to them in a hurry. Also, charge up those cell phones.