Texas Drought Costs Soar
TEXAS - Dry weather could end up costing Texans deadly.
Farmers have already lost about $3 billion this year due to failed crops.
Little rain, high winds and heat have caused the worst drought in 40 years.
Farmers are struggling to feed cattle and wheat crops are dying.
This is putting pressure on scarce wheat supplies around the world.
Analysts say that will force food prices higher.