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Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.

 
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Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
I've been holding onto this one, observing... but I figure it's probably time to let people know.

I live in Rural America. Most of the people I live near or with provide your beef or grain. Alternately they provide straw to feed the animals that fill your supermarket.

The current exploding costs are absolutely destroying them.

Example: One of my neighbors has a 500 acre farm. He said last year, he was able to fertilize using potash 2 times - all 500 acres.

This year?

250 acres, one time. That's a 4x increase in cost in one year.

Potash prices exploded this year because China is withholding exports and we get it all from Canada. It is used in ALL elements of commercial fertilizer use. They can use other things, but prices are bad everywhere.

Furthermore, investors are starting to look at it as a good hedge against inflation - which will further cause difficulty with pricing.

This doesn't even count the other costs that have increased. Steel prices hurt a lot. Tin roof went from 13 dollars a panel in January to 45 dollars a panel in December. This is, of course, because we were using wood for cheap material... and now that is expensive so everyone switched to steel, causing supplies to get out of whack on that... rinse and repeat. This will keep happening so long as China deliberately disrupts our supply chain - which they are.

Bottom line is, food prices are going to lag behind on this - by about a year. Start growing your own food. Start preparing your own meals. Transition NOW, so as to avoid the pain LATER. Ignore the noise. Focus on feeding yourselves and your families.

Good luck.
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
Shut the fuck up!
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
I've been holding onto this one, observing... but I figure it's probably time to let people know.

I live in Rural America. Most of the people I live near or with provide your beef or grain. Alternately they provide straw to feed the animals that fill your supermarket.

The current exploding costs are absolutely destroying them.

Example: One of my neighbors has a 500 acre farm. He said last year, he was able to fertilize using potash 2 times - all 500 acres.

This year?

250 acres, one time. That's a 4x increase in cost in one year.

Potash prices exploded this year because China is withholding exports and we get it all from Canada. It is used in ALL elements of commercial fertilizer use. They can use other things, but prices are bad everywhere.

Furthermore, investors are starting to look at it as a good hedge against inflation - which will further cause difficulty with pricing.

This doesn't even count the other costs that have increased. Steel prices hurt a lot. Tin roof went from 13 dollars a panel in January to 45 dollars a panel in December. This is, of course, because we were using wood for cheap material... and now that is expensive so everyone switched to steel, causing supplies to get out of whack on that... rinse and repeat. This will keep happening so long as China deliberately disrupts our supply chain - which they are.

I believe you. Any other farmers out there to comment on this thread? I know 2 farmers with small organic produce and they are saying things are getting expensive. It’s wise to compost for your garden and start doing what you can now. Save the root bottom of onions, put in a dish with some water and put them in a 4” or so hole, cover and they grow in the spring. Start saving seeds from organic produce, clean and dry to start seedlings for spring. Start small now and it’ll pay off for your spring growing season into summer. It can’t hurt to have some food growing in your garden- save some $ on groceries.

Bottom line is, food prices are going to lag behind on this - by about a year. Start growing your own food. Start preparing your own meals. Transition NOW, so as to avoid the pain LATER. Ignore the noise. Focus on feeding yourselves and your families.

Good luck.
 Quoting: HolyBeast
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Thanks for the info, HolyBeast. Part of the depopulation agenda for sure.
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
I've been holding onto this one, observing... but I figure it's probably time to let people know.

I live in Rural America. Most of the people I live near or with provide your beef or grain. Alternately they provide straw to feed the animals that fill your supermarket.

The current exploding costs are absolutely destroying them.

Example: One of my neighbors has a 500 acre farm. He said last year, he was able to fertilize using potash 2 times - all 500 acres.

This year?

250 acres, one time. That's a 4x increase in cost in one year.

Potash prices exploded this year because China is withholding exports and we get it all from Canada. It is used in ALL elements of commercial fertilizer use. They can use other things, but prices are bad everywhere.

Furthermore, investors are starting to look at it as a good hedge against inflation - which will further cause difficulty with pricing.

This doesn't even count the other costs that have increased. Steel prices hurt a lot. Tin roof went from 13 dollars a panel in January to 45 dollars a panel in December. This is, of course, because we were using wood for cheap material... and now that is expensive so everyone switched to steel, causing supplies to get out of whack on that... rinse and repeat. This will keep happening so long as China deliberately disrupts our supply chain - which they are.

Bottom line is, food prices are going to lag behind on this - by about a year. Start growing your own food. Start preparing your own meals. Transition NOW, so as to avoid the pain LATER. Ignore the noise. Focus on feeding yourselves and your families.

Good luck.
 Quoting: HolyBeast

bullshit! you dont feed animals with straw! you feed them hay. straw has no nutritional value!
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
I'm dyslexic.
Sorry.

He's right, we use 2nd cut orchard grass hay.

But you know, if that's all it takes to throw up your BS flag, then so be it.

That said you can see for yourself what potash prices did this year with a simple google search.
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
Must be the result of a booming economy and increased demand! Thats what the people on the tee vee said
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
Famine incoming....world wide...
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Famine incoming....world wide...
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can't have a famine if vax kills everybody

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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
Oh look, this thread again.

DOrolleyes
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Yeah it seems to be the plan.

I saw this on TV but you can fertilize farms naturally w the right microorganisms and worms in the soil. Not sure the details or if it is feasible for very large farms.
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4x increase in cost in one year.
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
Thanks for the info, HolyBeast. Part of the depopulation agenda for sure.
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Excellent post. 5 stars.
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bushtard
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
More Russian shill horseshit.
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OP

It’s already here and it is accelerating.

The trucker shortage is going to bring this to a head very quickly.

Every time I go to the grocery (I shop at three different chains) the shelves are missing additional items. It is getting worse, fast.
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
More Russian shill horseshit.
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There is a world wide famine underway. The first ever in recorded history, and it’s obviously by design. They will be eliminating billions of people over the next few years.

Plan accordingly
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Texe Marrs: Days of Hunger, Days of Chaos.....the best read on the subject. Terminator seeds that do not produce new seed relying on monsanto for new annual seeds.....its not good
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Re: Expect massive supply shortages in the next year for food.
agenda 2030 is weaning you off of farm animals
get used to it
enjoy your last stake
the next meat will come for a petreedish





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