Ohio Farm Bureau says food cost will rise
Officials with the Ohio Farm Bureau are saying the drought has hurt the state's corn yields a little less than it has the soybean crop.
Ohio Farm Bureau Executive Vice-President Jack Fisher said the drought has claimed about 30 to 35% of the state's corn crop. Saying " We are still in a weather situation we need rain right now".
Fisher says this means one thing for consumers: paying more for produce. " All of us have to realize that because of the drought there is going to be an economic impact on all of us".