Worst Texas Drought in 44 Years Eroding U.S. Wheat, Beef SupplyWhitney McFerron and Elizabeth Campbell
The worst Texas drought in 44 years is damaging the state’s wheat crop and forcing ranchers to reduce cattle herds, as rising demand for U.S. food sends grain and meat prices higher.
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