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Rabobank says "biblical" surge in food prices soon to come

https://naturalnews.com/2021-03-26-rabobank-biblical-surge-food-prices-soon-come.html

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5 Texas counties designated natural disaster areas as drought continues to ravage the state

https://naturalnews.com/2022-06-29-five-texas-counties-designated-natural-disaster-areas.html

Boone Holladay, agricultural agent at the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, said rainfall will be “well below normal” with temperatures way above normal. ... John Few, another agricultural agent and Holladay’s colleague at Texas AgriLife, remarked that the corn harvest for this year will not be of the highest quality. "...

Many Western countries are trying to ban NITROGEN (and thus meat)

https://naturalnews.com/2022-10-24-western-countries-trying-ban-nitrogen-meat.html

“Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has announced the launch of additional consultations to guide the development of an approach to reduce fertilizer emissions by 30 per cent from 2020 levels by 2030,” reports indicate. ... Sources for this article include: NaturalNews.com SustainablePlastics.com Reuters.com Previous :People are getting cancer from covid jabs, but the truth is being hidden Next : BILLIONS being spent by government on “Climate-Smart Commodities” – does this ...

Worldwide famine looms as Russia-Ukraine conflict drags on

https://naturalnews.com/2022-05-24-worldwide-famine-looms-as-ukraine-war-continues.html

The publication echoed Michael Magdovitz, an analyst in Rabobank’s Agri Commodities Markets Research team, who has been warning of biblical famine since March last year. ... Sources include: ZeroHedge.com Economist.com Research.Rabobank.com TheGuardian.com Telegraph.co.uk Blogs.IMF.org Previous :Venture capitalist: Elon Musk could close Twitter deal at a lower price due to fake accounts Next : Matrixxx Grooove: Documentary about how 2020 election was stolen from Trump now showing ...

Farmers struggle to find more space to grow crops, Biden makes the situation worse

https://naturalnews.com/2021-10-21-farmers-struggle-finding-space-to-grow-crops.html

Bill Thomson, senior trade editor for Agri-Pulse, believes corn and soybean farmers will soon be providing their feedstocks to the aviation industry to supply it with biofuels . ... Sources include: AgWeb.com Agri-Pulse.com NBCNews.com Previous :Biden continues to deny that supply shortages are occurring in the US Next : Cost of shipping liquefied natural gas has more than doubled in a month - More news on agriculture Bird flu and food inflation push turkey prices 73% higher than ...

Rabobank: Imagine how many people won't want to be part of a digital dollar system now

https://naturalnews.com/2022-03-13-wont-want-be-part-digital-dollar-system.html

In other commodities, Ukraine has banned the export of agri products until the end of the year, which while expected by markets underlines where risks still lie – a lack of physical product for delivery. Indeed, Russia will today announce which countries it will stop selling which of its commodities to – and there have been hints that energy could be involved. "...

Stable fertilizer supply key to stopping surge in food prices

https://naturalnews.com/2022-08-16-stable-fertilizer-supply-stop-surge-food-prices.html

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada claims reducing nitrous oxide emissions associated with synthetic nitrogen fertilizer, which is being specifically targeted by the emissions mandate, is necessary for Canada to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. ... Sources include: CNBC.com FinancialPost.com Brighteon.com Previous :NYC demotes top infection control specialist for criticizing city messaging about monkeypox Next : Potato prices surge as Idaho crop yields drop due to heatwave - More news on ...

The Highwire with Del Bigtree: Net Zero is a deliberate attack on global food supply

https://naturalnews.com/2022-08-09-net-zero-deliberate-attack-global-food-supply.html

Columnist Brian Lilley further said the reduction target wasn’t even developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. ... Sources include: Brighteon.com UN.org TorontoSun.com Saskatchewan.ca Previous :NYDFS fines Robinhood’s crypto division $30M over anti-money laundering and cybersecurity-related issues Next : Tampered images may have led Alzheimer’s research to fraudulent conclusions - More news on agriculture Bird flu and food inflation push turkey prices 73% higher than last year Global ...

Farmers dismayed by PM Justin Trudeau's push to implement "regulated fertilizer reduction" policies that would crush food production

https://naturalnews.com/2022-07-27-farmers-dismayed-by-trudeaus-regulated-fertilizer-reduction.html

They have helped drive increases in Canadian crop yields, grain sales, and exports,” Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada said in a press release. ... Sources include: LifeSiteNews.com PotatoNewsToday.com TorontoSun.com TheCounterSignal.com Brighteon.com Previous :Chinese social media censors posts about protests sparked by country’s mortgage crisis Next : Owen Shroyer: Biden administration changing the definition of recession to deny that it is happening - More news on agriculture Bird flu ...

Record growth of organic food consumption in the U.S. and India

https://naturalnews.com/046188_organic_food_consumption_record_growth_international_markets.html

There has been record growth in sales of organic, non-GMO food in some of the world's largest produce markets, a good thing for consumers and advocates of clean, wholesome, non-bioengineered commodities. ... As reported by AgriLand, an Ireland-based agricultural news site, Bentley outlined in a recent Bord Bia Food Alert that data compiled by the U.S. "...

Drought-stricken Texas finally gets some rain, but it may not be enough to save crops and cattle

https://naturalnews.com/2022-05-29-texas-rain-not-enough-save-crops-cattle.html

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension cotton specialist Murilo Maeda said: “Hopefully this moisture will aid planted fields and help those waiting for moisture to get planters going. ... Sources include: TexasTribune.org AgWeb.com Previous :Appalachian apple hunter has saved more than 1,000 lost varieties of fruit Next : Walmart announces expansion of drone deliveries to 4 million households in 6 states - More news on agriculture Bird flu and food inflation push turkey prices 73% higher than last ...

Trump tells farmers he will protect their rights and stop abuse from the EPA

https://naturalnews.com/2016-11-07-trump-tells-farmers-he-will-protect-their-rights-and-stop-abuse-from-the-epa.html

In a recent AgriTalk interview, the presidential candidate’s agricultural advisor, Sam Clovis, discussed Trump’s stance on agricultural issues. ... Sources: AgWeb.com AgWatchNetwork.com AgInfo.net Previous :Our food, water and world safety are at risk due to these 3 massive mergers Next : A dozen CDC senior scientists have blown the whistle on the CDC’s shady practices - More news on agriculture Bird flu and food inflation push turkey prices 73% higher than last year Global food, commodities ...

California crop harvests plummet as drought takes toll on national food supply

https://naturalnews.com/047327_drought_crop_harvest_California.html

Unlike the Midwest, which mainly produces corn and soybeans, the Golden State yields around 400 different types of food, generating 73 percent of the state's agricultural revenues from crops, with the remaining 27 percent made by livestock commodities, according to Western Farm Press . Due to lack of rainfall, an estimated 42,000 acres of farmland, or about 5 percent, went unplanted this year, causing the state's agri revenue to take a $2.2 billion dollar hit. 5 percent of Californian's ...

Documents reveal Dutch government is colluding with WEF to collapse the food supply and unleash the Great Reset

https://naturalnews.com/2022-07-14-documents-reveal-dutch-government-colluding-with-wef.html

This included digitalization, artificial intelligence, internet of things, biotechnology and micro- and nanotechnology in the agri-food sector. ... Sources include: Expose-News.com Twitter.com TheEpochTimes.com Brighteon.com Previous :Proxy war: Ukraine bombs Russian “arms depot” using US missiles Next : Masking theory debunked: New study shows face coverings did LITTLE to mitigate spread of COVID - More news on agriculture Bird flu and food inflation push turkey prices 73% higher than last ...

USDA: 69% of total U.S. winter wheat production currently in drought zones... sharp decline in yields right around the corner

https://naturalnews.com/2022-04-23-usda-winter-wheat-production-drought-zones.html

According to FranceAgriMer, a French farm agency, soft wheat exports have risen to 17.7 million metric tons, however this is mostly for countries inside the European Union. ... Sources for this article include: News-Journal.com NaturalNews.com Previous :Biden regime to turn Christian doctors into MURDERERS by forcing them to perform abortions (or lose their medical license) Next : SOS letter from Shanghai resident says city is on the brink of collapse due to COVID lockdown - More news on ...

Drought conditions causing surge in cotton prices, raising fears clothes could become more expensive

https://naturalnews.com/2022-03-30-drought-cotton-prices-surge-clothes-become-expensive.html

Cotton specialist Ben McKnight and cotton market economist John Robinson of Texas A&M University’sAgriLife Extension Service expect around seven million acres of cotton to be planted in Texas alone. ... Sources include: ZeroHedge.com TheDailyStar.net MarketScreener.com TheEagle.com Brighteon.com Previous :Army veteran wins $50 million lawsuit against 3M over defective combat earplugs that caused hearing damage Next : Mainstream media still refusing to cover Hunter Biden’s connection to Ukraine ...

Pesticides have made agriculture 48 times MORE toxic to insects in the past 25 years... what's it doing to your food?

https://naturalnews.com/2020-10-01-pesticides-have-made-agriculture-48-times-more-toxic.html

Sources for this article include: TheGuardian.com AgriNews-Pubs.com Previous :California teacher threatens to kick 16-year-old out of virtual class over Trump 2020 flag Next : 11 Endangered children rescued by U.S. Marshals in New Orleans operation - More news on agriculture Global food, commodities supply chain crisis set to explode as falling river levels crush barge traffic in US Mass extinction event underway across planet Earth as WILDLIFE populations plunge nearly 70 percent ...

Brazil may soon refuse all GMO imports from the United States

https://naturalnews.com/2017-02-01-brazil-close-to-refusing-all-gmo-imports-from-the-united-states.html

While Brazil currently grows some 29 different varieties of genetically-modified (GM) corn, as well as GM soybeans, there is a shortage of these commodities in the country that is causing chicken producers, who require such grains as feed, to look elsewhere. ... According to the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications, there are currently an astounding 43 different types of GM corn being grown in the U.S., with more coming down the pipeline. "...

Countries racing to take over global agriculture market following disappearance of Ukrainian and Russian food exports

https://naturalnews.com/2022-05-04-countries-racing-to-control-global-agriculture-market.html

“This is a golden opportunity for India to export its surpluses,” said Nitin Gupta, vice president for Olam Agro India, a food and agri-business. ... Sources include: AgFax.com Reuters.com 1 Reuters.com 2 WSJ.com Brighteon.com Previous :Russian TV airs discussion about possibility of launching nuclear missiles against Berlin, Paris and London Next : PayPal bans accounts of independent journalists and media outlets critical of mainstream narratives regarding Ukraine - More news on agriculture ...

Farmers hit hard as supply chain crisis causes massive shortage in machinery and parts

https://naturalnews.com/2021-10-14-supply-chain-crisis-causes-machinery-parts-shortage.html

Sources include: Reuters.com Agri-Pulse.com Previous :Government sponsored experiments to craft the best pro-vaccine messages FIVE MONTHS before COVID-19 vaccines became available Next : Supply chain issues, soaring food prices wreak havoc on US economy #EmptyShelvesJoe - More news on agriculture Bird flu and food inflation push turkey prices 73% higher than last year Global food, commodities supply chain crisis set to explode as falling river levels crush barge traffic in US Mass ...