Drought Causing Higher Commodity Prices, Increased Competition [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Business Leadership Institute is accepting applications for it's October 31-November 2 seminar in Laramie. Amy Richards has the details. USDA Economist Paul Westcott says this year's drought is behind both higher commodity prices and forecasts of production increases that could mean more competition for U.S. crops. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.