The drought is pushing corn prices to a new record high as dry weather grips more than half of the country.
The $8.17 per bushel price on the Chicago Board of Trade represents a 50 percent increase over the past six weeks.
The USDA reports almost 90 percent of the U.S. corn crop is planted in drought affected areas, with 40 percent in the hardest hit sports.
As we've been warning you, this will hit you at the grocery store. You can expect to pay more for things like meat and other staple foods unless conditions improve fast.