South’s ‘extreme drought’ could be felt at supermarkets soon

Christian Science Monitor: The extreme drought conditions throughout the South and as far west as California that stoked record-setting wildfires are increasingly taking their toll on cattle ranchers, a development that could lead to sticker shock at grocery stores in the fall. Skip to next paragraph Related stories How can Congress cut $2.4 trillion? Here are three places to start. Argentina: Farming crisis batters world food provider Corn futures headed lower? Bigger crop forecast. Topics With grassland pastures dying......

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