Industry experts say a global bacon and pork shortage is unavoidable because of shrinking herds.
The cost to feed pigs is increasing because of high feed prices. The drought in the midwest is driving corn and feed prices up. That means it's costlier to keep pigs.
Local agriculture experts say we could see a 5% to 6% increase in price by the winter and spring.
And it's not just pork, there could also be a beef shortage.