Kelly Garrett, farmer and founder of online farming community XtremeAG, joined Cheddar to discuss the effects of ongoing extreme heat conditions on American agriculture. Garrett pointed out that his location in western Iowa is currently 7 inches behind the 10-year-average of rainfall, and that drought conditions in North and South Dakota have "decimated" crops. He also addressed how climate change impacts farming now and going forward. "I don't know that I would agree that it's going to be dry forever," he said. "I would say that volatility is going to increase, and we need to do things like irrigation, like proper management techniques, to just manage that volatility, which is no easy task. But that's what's in front of us."