Drought now grips more than half of the nation

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  • KC Mormon Edgerton, KS
    July 16, 2012 10:50 p.m.

    Look for high food prices soon. I am surounded by corn fields that look like it should be late september already. We have a problem of not having farms set for irigation. We are on an undergound aquafer and do not normaly need any form of irrigation. Take the poor state of the crops and add the fact that we burn so much of them not much will be left for food and feed. Perhaps we should rethink burning our food for fuel.