The War on America’s Farmers and Farmland

If we told you that it’s open season on US agricultural land and farmers, you might think we’re exaggerating or spreading a conspiracy theory. You’d be wrong. American farmers and farmland are in trouble. Big trouble. On top of droughts, higher prices for diesel, and fertilizer shortages, farmers are facing regulations that could put them out of business. Even if they do manage to jump through all … Continue reading The War on America’s Farmers and Farmland

The Perfect Storm Is Here – Global Food Crisis

“Who controls the food supply controls the people.” – Henry Kissinger  Something nasty is brewing. We can see it. We can feel it. Grocers around the country are having a hard time keeping their shelves stocked, we are waiting longer for supplies when we order online, and there are worldwide protests raging over food.  The global food security crisis is upon us, friends. It’s at our … Continue reading The Perfect Storm Is Here – Global Food Crisis

Sky-high Diesel Prices Squeeze Truckers, Farmers, Consumers

When long-haul trucker Deb LaBree sets out on the road to deliver pharmaceuticals, she has strategies to hold down costs. She avoids the West Coast and the Northeast, where diesel prices are highest. She organizes her delivery route to minimize “deadheading” — driving an empty truck in between deliveries. And if a customer’s load is too far away or they can’t pay more for fuel? … Continue reading Sky-high Diesel Prices Squeeze Truckers, Farmers, Consumers

Prepping for the Upcoming Government-induced Food Shortages: Farmers Are Coming Out Saying They Have Been Told to “quit Farming,” Are Being Forced to Dump Milk, and Kill Chickens, and Turn Vegetable Crops Under

Peter Sands, the executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday that the next global health crisis is food shortages. Rising food and energy prices could kill millions both directly and indirectly, Sands said. “Food shortages work in two ways. One is you have the tragedy of people actually starving to death. But second is you have … Continue reading Prepping for the Upcoming Government-induced Food Shortages: Farmers Are Coming Out Saying They Have Been Told to “quit Farming,” Are Being Forced to Dump Milk, and Kill Chickens, and Turn Vegetable Crops Under

Buy your flour now while you can! Western Kansas wheat crops are failing just when the world needs them most

This time of year, the wheat growing in this part of western Kansas should be thigh-high and lush green. But as a months-long drought continues to parch the region, many fields tell a different story. “There’s nothing out there. It’s dead,” farmer Vance Ehmke said, surveying a wheat field near his land in Lane County. “It’s just ankle-high straw.” Prepare now! Protect your home and … Continue reading Buy your flour now while you can! Western Kansas wheat crops are failing just when the world needs them most

Farmers Struggling With Increased Food Demands, Supply Chain Disruptions

Talk of food shortages and empty shelves has been at the forefront of agricultural discussions around the globe for more than two years as production demands have increased and farmers are scrambling to match the pace. Aggravating the economic aftershocks of the COVID-19 pandemic and supply chain recovery efforts was Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. That dealt another significant blow to global agriculture, … Continue reading Farmers Struggling With Increased Food Demands, Supply Chain Disruptions

Customers as young as 10 damaged by ‘Roundup’ weed-killer now suing Monsanto

(NaturalNews) A Los Angeles law firm is taking on biotech giant Monsanto on behalf of those who have developed illnesses after being exposed to the company’s glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup. Glyphosate, the most widely used herbicide in history, has been linked to cancer and otherserious illnesses. The law firm Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman is currently representing around 140 people, all of whom are suffering from … Continue reading Customers as young as 10 damaged by ‘Roundup’ weed-killer now suing Monsanto