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Drought to force food prices up

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MINNEAPOLIS -- The most severe and extensive drought in at least 25 years is seriously affecting both livestock and crop farmers.

As a result, Michael Boland, head of the University of Minnesota's Food Industry Center, says you will likely see some of the quickest price increases for beef, pork, poultry and dairy products -- especially milk.

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