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Looming Global Bacon Shortage

Bacon lovers beware. Agribusiness experts around the world say we could be headed for a pork shortage because of declining pig populations. Ellen Goddard is an Agricultural Economist at the University of Alberta.  She says big droughts in the U.S. and Russia are making feed prices go up, and prices will be higher at the grocery store 
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