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Local farmer says food prices could see spike due to drought

This summer’s drought may soon lead to more problems than just browning grass. Jack Moore of Gro-Moore Farms has been in the farming business for decades. He says that if we do not start to see more rain it could start affecting the price you’re paying for food. For Moore, he has seen good years and bad years. Moore says that so far, the quality and quantity of his crops have not been affected …

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