Indiana's lack of rain is negatively affecting forage crops.
Kelly McKenney said she has seen it in the produce aisle.
She said she has also seen it in the field near her house.
"You can go down the road and some of the corn stalks are big, and others are very small," said McKenney.
She said a lack of rain is taking its toll on area crops.
"It would be so much easier if it would just rain," said Carol Waterman of Waterman's Family Farm.
Waterman said the dry weather has been a blessing and a curse down on Waterman's Family Farm.
"We were able to plant some things in a more timely manner than usual, but the lack of rain is affecting how they are growing," said Waterman. "We really could use some rain."
"The strawberries were a little bit smaller than years past," said Waterman. "The peas were pretty comparable, they just quit too soon is all."
Waterman said the only thing you can pick on the farm right now is beets.
"We have plenty of beets," said Waterman.
McKenney said she is shopping around to beat this rain-free weather.
"I shop stores that are going to offer a better price on their produce," said McKenney.