Friday, July 20, 2012

Drought causes crop prices to rise

As growing concern over our nation's physical and economic health continues to plummet due to various reasons -- i.e., obesity on the rise, nutrition deficiency in our schools, global warming, escalating energy costs and an aging population (which includes farmers) and so much more, we are now going through such an unbelievable drought that is disconcerting. This article touches on the exorbitantly high prices that are and will continue to be seen as Corn is among the most valuable of U.S. crops....

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