The economic impact from the U.S.'s extended dryness

More than half of U.S. commodities are stuck in extended dryness. As producers continue coping with drought, speculation rises over the impact on ag production.

American Farm Bureau economist, Danny Munch spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on what commodities the dryness is impacting, how it is affecting cattle markets, and other ripple effects in the supply chain.


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