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Experts say the price of meat on supermarket shelves will have to increase after a poor harvest across the world. The American and Russian supplies of corn and maize, which is used in animal feed, has been badly affected by a lack of rain and blistering temperatures. Clare Freeman visits the trading floor at cereal traders Open Field to see if UK farmers can cash in on the shortage.

Presented by Charlotte Smith. Produced in Birmingham by Angela Frain.

12 minutes

Last on

Mon 16 Jul 2012 05:45
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