Survey shows... your July 4th cookout will be 17% higher than last year

The American Farm Bureau has released the results of its annual Fourth of July Cookout Cost Survey, showing the average cost of your cookout will be 17 percent higher than a year ago.

AFBF Chief Economist Dr. Roger Cryan spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the findings’ highlights, how it compares to last year and what all is contributing to the increase, where we are seeing the largest year-to-year price increases, if there were any positive standouts, and his biggest takeaways.

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