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Lets look at this last week...3,000 weather records broken....IN 1WEEK!!!! Look for possible food shortages and sky high prices across the board

 
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Lets look at this last week...3,000 weather records broken....IN 1WEEK!!!! Look for possible food shortages and sky high prices across the board
After floods, firestorms and tornadoes now DROUGHT sweeps across America: More than half the U.S. devastated in heatwave as 3,000 temperature records smashed in past week


so we need to really look at what is normal for our weather today.
with 3,000 record broken in 1 week. what is in store for the next 2 weeks of july!. how about aug and sept.

we have to really think about this years crops. what is food prices going to do as we move closer to the harvest time.
should we be planning on sky high food prices...or worse...food shortages.
thing to watch...the corn and wheat corps.
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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please read this !

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Re: Lets look at this last week...3,000 weather records broken....IN 1WEEK!!!! Look for possible food shortages and sky high prices across the board
Drought hits 56 percent of continental US; 'significant toll' on crops

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Re: Lets look at this last week...3,000 weather records broken....IN 1WEEK!!!! Look for possible food shortages and sky high prices across the board
this is real folks

corn and soybeans about 22 per cent of the crop is in trouble. 43 per cent of the nation’s pastures and range lands as well. 24 percent of the sorghum crop is not faring so well.
this might even spend into the cattle industry....so even beef prices might be going up.

this might effect the food industry across the board in the US
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Re: Lets look at this last week...3,000 weather records broken....IN 1WEEK!!!! Look for possible food shortages and sky high prices across the board
this is real folks

corn and soybeans about 22 per cent of the crop is in trouble. 43 per cent of the nation’s pastures and range lands as well. 24 percent of the sorghum crop is not faring so well.
this might even spend into the cattle industry....so even beef prices might be going up.

this might effect the food industry across the board in the US
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Of course and once the prices go up they will never go down.
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Re: Lets look at this last week...3,000 weather records broken....IN 1WEEK!!!! Look for possible food shortages and sky high prices across the board
this is real folks

corn and soybeans about 22 per cent of the crop is in trouble. 43 per cent of the nation’s pastures and range lands as well. 24 percent of the sorghum crop is not faring so well.
this might even spend into the cattle industry....so even beef prices might be going up.

this might effect the food industry across the board in the US
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Yes, in regards to beef prices. They interviewed farmers here and there isn't enough grazing land that has edible grass for them because of the drought. The farmer said they keep moving them to different pastures but they will have to give the glutamate or glutamine corn (not sure what this is or if I had written it correctly) to beef them up and/or take them to market earlier before they hit their target weight. That means higher prices.

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