By Ali Balgooyen, Multi Media Video Journalist - bio | email
Lower crop yields from the scorching summer are creating high prices on this years corn and soybean crops.
Last year there was 58% good to excellent corn conditions throughout Ohio. This year it dropped down to only 14%. Only 30% of Ohio's soybeans were in good to excellent condition compare to 66% last year.
Those in the agricultural industry say they have seen first hand just how badly this unpredictable weather had affected our corn and soybean prices are the supermarket. Gary Kruse from Jennings Gomer says farmers can only plant and nurture the seed...and that the rest is up to mother nature.