Corn Crops Damaged by Midwestern Rain

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Rains drenching the upper Midwest for the past two months are driving up the price of a commodity used in everything from cold cereal to soft drinks, livestock feed and gasoline. Unless the region dries up quickly, nearly everyone is going to pay the price.

Frank Morris reports from member station KCUR.



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