Drought to bring higher pork prices next year

09/25/2012 | Bloomberg

Pig farmers slaughtered animals at the fastest pace in three years amid surging feed prices stemming from the summer's drought, according to the Agriculture Department. The trend is bringing lower pork prices in the near term, but it's expected to lead to smaller herds and a surge in pork prices next year.

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