Mike Bullock

Agriculture
7:56 am
Thu July 19, 2012

Regional Corn Crop Has Been Decimated by Drought, Impacting Commodity and Food Prices

Warren County farmer Mark Chapman displays a rare healthy ear of corn against two underdeveloped ears.

The brutal weather this summer throughout the Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee region is leading to dire consequences for farmers and consumers. Some corn farmers in southern and western Kentucky have had almost all of their crop wiped out this season. That has many agriculture experts predicting both short and long term effects on commodity and food prices throughout the region.

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