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This was the latest arrival of spring in 38 years of records for parts of Kansas and Oklahoma. Portions of Washington and Oregon also saw the latest spring start on record.

In parts of the Plains, in places like South Dakota, Nebraska and even into Oklahoma, a late spring like this year's only happens once every 10 or more years.

By May 12, only 30 percent of the nation's corn acreage had been planted, 36 points behind the 5-year average. The corn planting in Illinois as of May 12 was the slowest on record, dating back to 1979, according to Karen Braun, global agriculture columnist at Thomson Reuters.

The soybean crop is also behind schedule, and as of May 12, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) said that just nine percent of the nation's soybean acreage was planted, 20 points behind the 5-year average.

Get ready for skyrocketing prices for staple foods as well as luxuries.

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This was the latest arrival of spring in 38 years of records for parts of Kansas and Oklahoma. Portions of Washington and Oregon also saw the latest spring start on record.

In parts of the Plains, in places like South Dakota, Nebraska and even into Oklahoma, a late spring like this year's only happens once every 10 or more years.

By May 12, only 30 percent of the nation's corn acreage had been planted, 36 points behind the 5-year average. The corn planting in Illinois as of May 12 was the slowest on record, dating back to 1979, according to Karen Braun, global agriculture columnist at Thomson Reuters.

The soybean crop is also behind schedule, and as of May 12, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) said that just nine percent of the nation's soybean acreage was planted, 20 points behind the 5-year average.

Get ready for skyrocketing prices for staple foods as well as luxuries.

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Ce fut la dernière arrivée du printemps depuis 38 ans Oklahoma. Des parties de Washington et de l'Oregon ont également vu le dernier printemps s'annoncer.

Dans certaines parties des plaines, dans des endroits tels que le Dakota du Sud, le Nebraska et même dans l'Oklahoma, un printemps tardif comme celui de cette année ne se produit qu'une fois tous les 10 ans ou plus.

Le 12 mai, 30% seulement de la superficie de maïs du pays avait été plantée, soit 36 points de moins que la moyenne des cinq dernières années. La plantation de maïs dans l'Illinois au 12 mai était la plus lente jamais enregistrée, remontant à 1979, selon Karen Braun, éditorialiste en agriculture mondiale chez Thomson Reuters.

La récolte de soja a également pris du retard et le 12 mai, le Département de l'agriculture des États-Unis (USDA) a annoncé que 9% seulement de la superficie cultivée en soja était plantée, soit 20 points de moins que la moyenne des cinq dernières années.

Préparez-vous à la flambée des prix des aliments de base et du luxe.

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C'est la dernière venue du printemps depuis 38 ans, avec des records pour des régions du Kansas et de l'Oklahoma. Des parties de Washington et de l'Oregon ont également vu le dernier printemps s'annoncer.

Dans certaines parties des plaines, dans des endroits tels que le Dakota du Sud, le Nebraska et même dans l'Oklahoma, un printemps tardif comme celui de cette année ne se produit qu'une fois tous les 10 ans ou plus.

Le 12 mai, 30% seulement de la superficie de maïs du pays avait été plantée, soit 36 points de moins que la moyenne des cinq dernières années. La plantation de maïs dans l'Illinois au 12 mai était la plus lente jamais enregistrée, remontant à 1979, selon Karen Braun, éditorialiste en agriculture mondiale chez Thomson Reuters.

La récolte de soja a également pris du retard et le 12 mai, le Département de l'agriculture des États-Unis (USDA) a annoncé que 9% seulement de la superficie cultivée en soja était plantée, soit 20 points de moins que la moyenne des cinq dernières années.

Préparez-vous à la flambée des prix des aliments de base et du luxe.

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"La plus grande activité qu'un être humain puisse réaliser est d'apprendre pour comprendre, car comprendre, c'est être libre." --Baruch Spinoza
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good article at link

we could be about to face a biblical famine

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so what happens if something else goes wrong like

more flooding or we flip into a drought?? we could find

ourselves in serious trouble very fast.
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Farmageddon Looms: Only 30% Of US Corn Fields Have Been Planted, 5 Year Average Is 66%
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2019 is turning out to be a nightmare that never ends for the agriculture industry. Thanks to endless rain and unprecedented flooding, fields all over the middle part of the country are absolutely soaked right now, and this has prevented many farmers from getting their crops in the ground. I knew that this was a problem, but when I heard that only 30 percent of U.S. corn fields had been planted as of Sunday, I had a really hard time believing it. But it turns out that number is 100 percent accurate. And at this point corn farmers are up against a wall because crop insurance final planting dates have either already passed or are coming up very quickly. In addition, for every day after May 15th that corn is not in the ground, farmers lose approximately 2 percent of their yield. Unfortunately, more rain is on the way, and it looks like thousands of corn farmers will not be able to plant corn at all this year. It is no exaggeration to say that what we are facing is a true national catastrophe.



According to the Department of Agriculture, over the past five years an average of 66 percent of all corn fields were already planted by now…

U.S. farmers seeded 30% of the U.S. 2019 corn crop by Sunday, the government said, lagging the five-year average of 66%. The soybean crop was 9% planted, behind the five-year average of 29%.

Soybean farmers have more time to recover, but they are facing a unique problem of their own which we will talk about later in the article.

But first, let’s take a look at the corn planting numbers from some of our most important corn producing states. I think that you will agree that these numbers are almost too crazy to believe…

Iowa: 48 percent planted – 5 year average 76 percent

Minnesota: 21 percent planted – 5 year average 65 percent

North Dakota: 11 percent planted – 5 year average 43 percent

South Dakota: 4 percent planted – 5 year average 54 percent


Yes, you read those numbers correctly.

Can you imagine what this is going to do to food prices?

Many farmers are extremely eager to plant crops, but the wet conditions have made it impossible. The following comes from ABC 7 Chicago…

McNeill grows corn and soybeans on more than 500 acres in Grayslake. But much of his farmland is underwater right now, and all of it is too wet to plant. Rain is a farmer’s friend in the summer but in the spring too much rain keeps farmers from planting.

The unusually wet spring has affected farmers throughout the Midwest, but Illinois has been especially hard hit. Experts say with the soil so wet, heavy and cold, it takes the air out and washes nutrients away, making it difficult if not impossible for seeds to take root.

Right now, soil moisture levels in the state of Illinois “are in the 90th to 99th percentile statewide”. In other words, the entire state is completely and utterly drenched.

As a result, very few Illinois farmers have been able to get corn or soybeans in the ground at this point…

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s crop progress reports, about 11% of Illinois corn has been planted and about 4% of soybeans. Last year at this time, 88% of corn and 56% of soybeans were in the ground.

I would use the word “catastrophe” to describe what Illinois farmers are facing, but the truth is that what they are going through is far beyond that.

Normally, if corn farmers have a problem getting corn in the ground then they just switch to soybeans instead. But thanks to the trade war, soybean exports have plummeted dramatically, and the price of soybeans is the lowest that it has been in a decade.

As a result there is very little profit, if any, in growing soybeans this year…

Farmers in many parts of the corn belt have suffered from a wet and cooler spring, which has prevented them from planting corn. Typically when it becomes too late to plant corn, farmers will instead plant soybeans, which can grow later into the fall before harvest is required. Yet now, planting soybeans with the overabundance already in bins and scant hope for sales to one of the biggest buyers in China, could raise the risk of a financial disaster.
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Extreme weather causing crop failures


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so what happens if something else goes wrong like

more flooding or we flip into a drought?? we could find

ourselves in serious trouble very fast.
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ist abhängig von den Regionen,
Bestimmte Regionen in Verbindung mit cotées coté ouest, apres inondations ,ils vivront dure sécheresse und les récoltes encore amoindriest.
ceci selon koyle
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only area not effected so far in America is the bible belt.

Kinda odd.
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so what happens if something else goes wrong like

more flooding or we flip into a drought?? we could find

ourselves in serious trouble very fast.
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ist abhängig von den Regionen,
Bestimmte Regionen in Verbindung mit cotées coté ouest, apres inondations ,ils vivront dure sécheresse und les récoltes encore amoindriest.
ceci selon koyle
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see this,
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CHURCH, STATE AND NATION
Koyle said also the Church, the State, and the Nation, in rapid succession would be set in order and brought up a standin' like a wild colt to the snubbing post.
A SEVEN YEAR SCOURGE OF DROUGHT
Associated with this time of distress and one of the principal things that would compound it beyond endurance for many, was a four year drouth, attended by great crop failures and famine, which would require from two to three years for recovery, depending upon where one lived. There would be seven distressful years filled and compounded with drouth, plague, famine, warfare, and other divine judgments that would sweep the wicked from off the face of the earth in preparation of the Lord's second coming. He had a favorite expression to characterize these events when he would say: "A setting-in-order will take place, and the Church, the State and the Nation will be brought up a standin' to judgment like a wild colt to a snubin' post." Yes, there would be a setting-in-order develop right along the line to prepare the whole earth for the coming of Christ. It was like going down into a deep valley that would take 3 1/2 years to go down into, and another 3 1/2 years to climb out again into a new and wonderful world.
He always described this series of drouth years and crop shortages as follows: The first year would not be felt very much; but the second year would be worse with less crops; and the third year would also produce very poor crops; and in the fourth year there would be no crops at all.
In the fourth year he saw the grain come up around here like it was going to make into a bumper crop, and then something made it all wither and die like a blight or a terrific heat had taken it, leaving the people without harvest and in famine. And there was famine all over the country, not only because of these crop shortages, but because of the great troubles that had come causing manufacturing and transportation to cease. In fact, he saw that, although we had plenty of gold available, try as we would everywhere, we could buy no wheat with it.
Further, that in the fifth year, there would be plenty of moisture again but there would still be a shortage of food in the land because of the lack of seed to plant, --most of the seed having been eaten for food. And that only after the harvest of the sixth year, and in some places not until after the harvest of the seventh year, would crop production revert to abundance.
Some have quoted Bishop Koyle as describing the progress of the drouth years about as follows: The first year,--about a seventyfive percent crop; the second year,--about a fifty percent crop; the third year,--about a twentyfive percent crop; the fourth year, no crops at all.
He pointed out that we should secure our wheat from the first and second years, because that raised in the third year would not be fit for human consumption because of its very poor quality; and in the fourth year there was no grain to be purchased at any price.
When these years arrived, he said, there would be very little doubt as to their being the right years, for RELIEF would be the biggest and most important issue of the day. As time went on, we would be reluctant to listen to the news, because it would all be so awful distressing and vexing that we would prefer not to hear about it.
A LITTLE PATCH OF BLUE
When it seemed as if all was lost and the Dream Mine had come to complete failure, he looked from the mine, while standing on Knob Hill, over to the northwest toward the Point-of-the-Mountain and beheld a small rift in the dark clouds revealing a little spot of blue about the size of a man's hand. As he watched it, this rift suddenly expanded, and with a majestic sweep, the heavens were cleared of the dark, black, oppressive clouds, and the mine and its surroundings were restored to the brilliant sunshine of a fine, glorious day, with all oppressiveness having vanished away.
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Odd Scripture, About the daughter of Zion (Christians)

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Food taken away, Major foreign war most men are killed. Government turned over to women and children

Fits America to the T

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Ohio Suicide Rate Jumps 24% From 2008 To 2017 Amid Deindustrialization Wave

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Some of the highest rates were located in Appalachian Ohio, the southeastern part of the state, and the suicide rate among men was four times greater than women.

Rates skyrocketed 80% among young millennials (children 14 and younger) and 57% for baby boomers, according to a report published by the 28-organization public-private Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Population Health.

During the period, there were 15,246 suicides across the state, for an average annual rate of 13.3 deaths per 100,000 people, the report says, which equates to more than 520,000 years of life were lost over the decade.
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-36..+..-24 m.,more.....................for possibility,5*
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Odd Scripture, About the daughter of Zion (Christians)

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Food taken away, Major foreign war most men are killed. Government turned over to women and children

Fits America to the T
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thank you jake xxx
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Ohio Suicide Rate Jumps 24% From 2008 To 2017 Amid Deindustrialization Wave

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Some of the highest rates were located in Appalachian Ohio, the southeastern part of the state, and the suicide rate among men was four times greater than women.

Rates skyrocketed 80% among young millennials (children 14 and younger) and 57% for baby boomers, according to a report published by the 28-organization public-private Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Population Health.

During the period, there were 15,246 suicides across the state, for an average annual rate of 13.3 deaths per 100,000 people, the report says, which equates to more than 520,000 years of life were lost over the decade.
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and...
The report shows nine of the 10 Ohio counties with the highest suicide rates are located in the Appalachian region.

Orman Hall, the study's author, explained these areas had experienced economic deprivation through deindustrialization.

Michelle Price, program director at the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, added that these counties had seen incomes collapse for farmers and industrial workers.

Other findings: The highest suicide rates were among white Ohioans; rate increases were more in rural communities than in metropolitan areas, and firearms accounted for half of all suicides.

With a manufacturing recovery nowhere in sight and a deepening trade war, it's likely suicide rates across the state will continue to move higher into 2020. When the next downturn strikes, one-off factors relating to financial asset losses could drive the rate to record highs.
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