It is crawfish season in Louisiana, but there simply are not any to be found

Crawfish season is here, but where are the crawfish?

Louisiana producers say that they have never seen it like this where there simply are not any to be found. One crawfish farmer tells Fox Business she normally sells about 10,000 pounds a week this time of year. Right now, she can only rely on what she has frozen from last year.
Louisiana was one of the hardest drought-hit states last summer

This Week in Louisiana Ag shows us just how bad the situation is.

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