Texas Drought Hits Farmers Hard

Large areas of Texas suffered through a severe drought in 2006, with farmers hit badly. Total losses are estimated at more than $4 billion. The state's southern Gulf coast is home to some of the worst affected areas.

Sarah Bush of member station KUT reports.

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