I visited farms in northern Iowa this week and saw many flooded fields and swollen creeks. It's always either too much or too little rain. Southern Minnesota just set the record for June rainfall. More is falling.
The creek above is actually a drainage ditch that feeds into a lake 2 miles away. The farmer has lovely grass buffer strips that help to clean the water running off fields. Without this grass the water would have even more sediment than it does now.
Below is a field near Kensett, Iowa, This was taken a day before another 3 inches of rain fell. I image the whole field is under water today.