Georgia importing corn from Brazil to feed chickens
epa03527304 Chickens are seen in a barn at Todd Chapman's poultry farm in Clermont, Georgia, USA, 07 January 2013. Due to the severe Midwestern US drought, corn is reportedly being imported to Georgia from Brazil for chicken feed and high prices of corn due to the drought and demand for ethanol have increased production costs for poultry farmers. EPA/ERIK S. LESSER
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