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James McTeigue's V FOR VENDETTA (2005) - God Is In The Rain

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Thread: USA Collapse: Winter Wheat acres drop to over 100 year low! Food supply collapse in progress!
U.S. Winter-Wheat Acres Set to Drop to Lowest in 110 Years



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:harvesttime
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I admit..last Saturday morning, when I was woke up at 3 am to the craziest hail I've ever seen here, battering my garden..I yelled at the sky.

Garden was okay after much assistance. But still. lol


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I could certainly understand that woukd be frustrating if you have a garden.
My mom was hoping to start an organic vegetable garden in the backyard here. I found a couple other residents who said they’d be on board. No need to worry about hail out here.
 Quoting: Light of my Little Left Eye


We didn't get much of Summer this year. Only needed to turn on the AC like 5 times.

Zucchini and cucumber did great. Herbs good. Tomatoes never ripened. Mold and bad weather for weeks, has forced constant attentiveness.

I was talking to another artist yesterday and she lost some of her crop.

Not a great growing year..


I certainly have deeper respect for farmers, and what it must be like losing a crop. Especially if that food kept their families alive. Like before there were places to buy food..everywhere.

It can happen really fast. Hours.


harvesttime
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Thread: The Next Shoe In The Farm Crisis Drops: Bankruptcies Soar 24%
It's due to lack of profit, lack of export demand. I raise cattle and wheat, got hailed out this year. Didn't plant any wheat, because I need hay stocks. Thinking about getting out of the business next fall. I am sick of living like a poor person, while working my ass off. No profit for people that produce food in the USA!
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Thread: The Next Shoe In The Farm Crisis Drops: Bankruptcies Soar 24%
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AFB said farm bankruptcies for the 12 months ending in September, totaled an astonishing 580 filings, up 24% YoY.

The number of Chapter 12 farm bankruptcies [580 filings] for the period was the highest since 676 filings were recorded in 2011. For 3Q19, farm bankruptcies were slightly lower, down 2% YoY.

"Total bankruptcies filed by state vary significantly, from no bankruptcies in some states to more than 20 filings in others. Bankruptcy filings were the highest in Wisconsin at 48 filings, followed by 37 filings in Georgia, Nebraska, and Kansas. Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and West Virginia all experienced Chapter 12 bankruptcy filings at or above 10-year highs," AFB wrote.
look..

AFB's next chart is YoY change in farm bankruptcies over the 12 months, which shows bankruptcies accelerated the greatest in Oklahoma, Georgia, California, Iowa, and Kansas.

and+++++++.THIS

Chapter 12 farm bankruptcies are expected to increase through the next several quarters. This could be problematic to President Trump as the 2020 election year begins. Many of the bankruptcies are occurring in election battleground states like Wisconsin.

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