NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 23, 1974
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(Studio) National corn growers association says corn harvest may be off target because of drought; higher meat prices could result.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Auburn, Nebraska) 1/2 of state's corn destroyed by drought. [Governor James EXON discusses loss with farmers.] [Farmer Ronald GERDES - explains effect of drought on corn.] Cattle industry also hurt. Smaller corn crop means higher feed grain prices and possible meat shortage followed by incrd. meat prices.
REPORTER: Carole Simpson
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