Scientists race to avoid a bitter climate change harvest

Reuters: A shepherd guard dog guards a flock of sheep at the Charlie Bragg farm in Cootamundra, 135 km (84 miles) northwest Canberra March 10, 2011. Charlie Bragg gazes across his lush fields where fat lambs are grazing, his reservoirs filled with water, and issues a sigh of relief. Things are normal this year and that's a bit unusual of late. His 7,000-acre farm near the Australian town of Cootamundra is testament to the plight facing farmers around the globe: increasingly wilder weather is making......

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