I have a farm in central KY where I have to cross the Rolling Fork River to get to it. Usually we have no problems crossing the river as it's normally <1' deep this time of year. However, we now have a beaver dam just down river from where we normally cross and that's causing the water level to rise to about 2-3'. We have tore down the dam two or three times but by the time I return the following weekend, you guessed it, back as though it hadn't been touched. This thing is really impressive just for the fact of how big it is. Does anyone have any suggestion on how we can solve this problem? Just curious.