Meat Prices Expected To Increase Higher Due To Midwest Flooding

SAN FRANCISCO – JUNE 24: A stack of ground beef patties moves on a conveyor belt at a meat packing and distribution facility June 24, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Livestock owners are experiencing a sharp increase in the price of corn-based animal feed as corn and soybean prices skyrocket due to an estimated 2 million acres of crop damage from the recent Midwest flooding and the continually rising fuel costs. Due to the increase in feed costs, consumers which will get hit in the wallet as prices of meat, dairy and eggs are expected to increase sharply. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) horizontal,usa,finance,california,motion,flood,built structure,food,animal,corn,san francisco – california,belt,agriculture,stack,ground beef,meat,delivering,beef,ground,conveyor,conveyor belt,packing,patties,food distribution

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