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Is the drought.
That been affecting cattle ranchers down on the far we have Jeff Flock has been all over the story covered it better than anybody else today Cambridge Illinois Jeff.
I got some very rare steaks out here behind me right now that perhaps you see and you know cattlemen actually may be the hardest hit.
At any body industry out because -- tell you if you got a corn crop -- got half the crop.
You get twice the price fortune might -- -- The Clinton cast steel.
These cattle you're feet -- -- dollar corn.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Round -- the spread.
To say what's in over there that's what they call -- -- that is -- -- -- that typically is what they feed to these cows in the winter.
And they're having to use it now because your past your.
That's out behind you right here.
But pressure looks pretty pretty -- Yeah I -- you know on a day like today it's nice and cool typically the cows will be out there in -- pastor and you wouldn't see him all day that this be happy under the -- and -- but there's nothing out there for me so what this could force is.
Clinton and other cattlemen to.
If you can't find food -- you can't afford to freedom.
What you do we should take him to market that may depress prices in the short term at that -- yeah.
Not before long you get why the government says it's gonna be 5% food inflation because these guys when they have to get forced in a market.
That means it glut on the market and that means.
After there's a glut there's going to be a shortage and that means prices go up.
Our Jeff as always thanks Jeff Flock out -- Illinois today covering the -- as it continues.
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