The string of weather-related disasters that has hit the United States this year has caused a lot of problems for farmers across the country, leading to big decreases in the yield of citrus and rice as well as the culling of cattle due to drought. Here are a couple of articles that described some of the losses.

USA Today: Weird weather hit cattle ranchers and citrus growers in 2022. Why it likely will get worse.

Yahoo News: USDA: Florida orange crop down 36% after twin hurricanes

Damage to citrus groves at the UF/IFAS Southwest Florida Research and Education Center at Immokalee. Photo by Monica Ozores-Hampton.