In Drought-Stricken Midwest, It's Fodder Vs. Fuel

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These piglets on the Hardin farm in Danville, Ind., are going to cost more to feed than they will fetch at market. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Meat Producers And, Ultimately, Consumers Hurt By Drought

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High-Tech Shortcut To Greek Yogurt Leaves Purists Fuming

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Egg producers and the Humane Society agree on a bill to require larger chicken cages, but the pork and beef industries fear they're next and are fighting it. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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Notice how some of these tomatoes have unripe-looking tops? Those "green shoulders" are actually the keys to flavor. pocius/Flickr.com hide caption

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How The Taste Of Tomatoes Went Bad (And Kept On Going)

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The Making Of Meat-Eating America

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Rei do Agro cleared trees from this land over the past 18 months. It previously looked like the land on the right. Belchion Lucas for NPR hide caption

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African Land Fertile Ground For Crops And Investors

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Workers harvest sesame, an oilseed crop, on the large farm that Quifel Natural Resources has set up in northern Mozambique. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Mozambique Farmland Is Prize In Land Grab Fever

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The Secret Life Of California's World-Class Strawberries

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What Will Make The Food Desert Bloom?

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