Drought Will Drive Up Food Prices

July 26, 2012 09:45 AM
 

The country is in the worst drought in nearly half a century. The harsh weather will hit Americans in the pocketbook, when it comes to buying food. The government reports consumers can expect higher prices for milk, beef and pork starting next year.

AgDay anchor Clinton Griffths shares his thoughts with CNBC:


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