Indiana Farm Bureau President Don Villwock says he's among the farmers who are happily saying goodbye to 2012 and looking forward to 2013. Villwock says the drought took a big toll on many corn farmers, many of whom saw yields drop by two-thirds. He says commodity prices are up due to the shortages. About 70-percent of Indiana farmers have crop insurance and are recovering. Villwock says there will be plenty of food to go around for the nation, however food prices will rise by four percent. He adds that consumers will see meat prices will rise late next year.