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“Record-Shattering Cold” Hits Central US

This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. 

An unusually cold front moved into the Central US early this week, spilling Arctic air throughout the Plains, Midwest, and Tennessee Valley. By Wednesday morning, “record-shattering cold” temperatures have been reported.

From the Canada–US border to Texas, unseasonably cold air has been recorded. For many states in the Central US, temperatures are over 20 degrees below average.

BAMWX meteorologist Kirk Hinz wrote in his latest note that cold air spans from southern Canada to near Mexico on Wednesday morning. He posted a chart of dozens of locations in the Central US that set various cold record lows (some were daily and or monthly records).

“The record-breaking cold has settled in this morning across the central US, stretching from near Mexico to southern Canada…as cross-polar flow drops in Arctic levels of frost/freeze temps in the late spring season. Additional record cold pushes east into Thursday morning as well before things start to moderate into the weekend,” Hinz said. 

“Further west it was colder yes but more records were broken today vs yesterday,” Hinz said. 

None of this should be surprising to readers as we noted days ago that commodity traders were anticipating a cold spell that was supporting corn prices.

We also noted the freezing temperatures could have a profound impact on seedling development this spring.

The cold blast has likely delayed seeding across the Corn Belt as farmers wait for warmer temperatures. Planting corn in cooler climates is still possible, but colder soil can take corn kernels much longer to germinate and increases the risk of seedling death. 

Volatile weather for the Heartland could impact crop yields at the end of this year’s growing season.  

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Episode-2857- Building a Farming Business as a Teenager with Nick Hazelton

Nick Hazelton is a young yak and hog farmer based in Western Oregon. Started raising yaks after dropping out of high school at 16. His focus is on living with the land and make complicated systems easy to understand and Continue reading →

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Episode-2805- Function Stacking and New Projects on Nine Mile Farm

Today I am going to use a variety of projects I am currently planning and implementing here at Nine Mile Farm to teach you about function stacking.  Function stacking is a key principle in permaculture but it should really be Continue reading →

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PREPPING FOR THE UPCOMING GOVERNMENT-INDUCED FOOD SHORTAGES

This article was originally published on May 5, 2020, at SHTFPlan. 

*NOTE: If you believe any of this is organic or caused solely by the virus, I have some property on Mars to sell you. 

We have all likely seen the reports that food shortages are coming.  This seems to be the one thing that the mainstream media and alternative media can agree upon. A lot of reports are pushing Bill Gates’ fake meat, others are showing that these food shortages are being enforced by the government as a means to keep people afraid and under their control.

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. Why? Isn’t it obvious? To scare the public into accepting dependency on the government so they will remain in a constant state of fear and enslavement. But there’s a way out. If food shortages are coming, there is a way to prepare.

Governments are banking on us not figuring out what they are doing. But it’s too late.  We already know. And we can stop it if enough people open their eyes. 

Ready Nutrition wrote an excellent article on how to prepare for food shortages.  The first advice offered is the best: become more self-sustainable, to any degree.

You need to make the effort to become more reliant on yourself for your food regardless of what the media reports. No matter what happens, self-reliance is freedom. This is often seen as difficult in our minds, but it can be done! Any amount of improvement in the area of food self-sufficiency will go far when the grocery store’s shelves start to empty.

Order seeds online. It only takes a small amount of research to figure out what kind of vegetables and/or fruit you can easily grow in your own yard or balcony. Ready Nutrition offers a “garden in a can” which is an excellent way to grab some seeds from the comfort of your own home. With over 5,000 seeds in the can, this is what you get in a Homestead Vegetable Garden-In-A-Can. –Ready Nutrition

If you really can’t garden, there are some things you can pick up right now in bulk to get you through 3-6 months worth of empty grocery store shelves.

  1. Canned beans (don’t forget to keep a manual WORKING can opener on hand at all times! I have two backups just in case!)
  2. Canned fruits
  3. Canned vegetables
  4. Canned meats such as spamtunasardines, or chicken
  5. Bulk dried beans
  6. Bulk rice
  7. Canned soups
  8. Cooking oil (healthy oils are advised, such as coconut oil or olive oil or avocado oil)
  9. Seasonings (salt, pepperpaprikabaking essentials like yeast, baking soda, baking powder, etc.)
  10. Dried vegetables (great snacks and additions to soups)
  11. Seeds and nuts (chia seedssunflower seedshemp seeds)
  12. Nut butters (peanut butter, almond butter)
  13. Frozen vegetables

Another tip is to learn to forage for edible plants.  Wild food is FREE. The more you pick it, the more it grows. The book Free Food and Medicine Worldwide Edible Plant Guide by Markus Rothkranz is an excellent resource because it includes both medicinal and edible plants. My suggestion is to buy an actual hard copy of a book like this one (if you don’t like this book, there are several others you can choose from) and take it outside with you so that you can learn before things get dire.

“Opium Lettuce”: Useful SHTF Plant Or Harmful Myth?

Similar To Morphine: The Weed Every Prepper Should Know About

Also, get your hands on Tess Pennington’s Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals.

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Prepping For The Upcoming Government-Induced Food Shortages

We have all likely seen the reports that food shortages are coming.  This seems to be the one thing that the mainstream media and alternative media can agree upon. A lot of reports are pushing Bill Gates’ fake meat, others are showing that these food shortages are being enforced by the government as a means to keep people afraid and under their control.

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. Why? Isn’t it obvious? To scare the public into accepting dependency on the government so they will remain in a constant state of fear and enslavement. But there’s a way out. If food shortages are coming, there is a way to prepare.

Governments are banking on us not figuring out what they are doing. But it’s too late.  We already know. And we can stop it if enough people open their eyes. 

Ready Nutrition wrote an excellent article on how to prepare for food shortages.  The first advice offered is the best: become more self-sustainable, to any degree.

You need to make the effort to become more reliant on yourself for your food regardless of what the media reports. No matter what happens, self-reliance is freedom. This is often seen as difficult in our minds, but it can be done! Any amount of improvement in the are of food self-sufficiency will go far when the grocery store’s shelves start to empty.

Order seeds online. It only takes a small amount of research to figure out what kind of vegetables and/or fruit you can easily grow in your own yard or balcony. Ready Nutrition offers a “garden in a can” which is an excellent way to grab some seeds from the comfort of your own home. With over 5,000 seeds in the can, this is what you get in a Homestead Vegetable Garden-In-A-Can. –Ready Nutrition

If you really can’t garden, there are some things you can pick up right now in bulk to get you through 3-6 months worth of empty grocery store shelves.

  1. Canned beans (don’t forget to keep a manual WORKING can opener on hand at all times! I have two backups just in case!)
  2. Canned fruits
  3. Canned vegetables
  4. Canned meats such as spam, tuna, sardines, or chicken
  5. Bulk dried beans
  6. Bulk rice
  7. Canned soups
  8. Cooking oil (healthy oils are advised, such as coconut oil or olive oil or avocado oil)
  9. Seasonings (salt, pepper, paprika, baking essentials like yeast, baking soda, baking powder, etc.)
  10. Dried vegetables (great snacks and additions to soups)
  11. Seeds and nuts (chia seeds, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds)
  12. Nut butters (peanut butter, almond butter)
  13. Frozen vegetables

Another tip is to learn to forage for edible plants.  Wild food is FREE. The more you pick it, the more it grows. The book Free Food and Medicine Worldwide Edible Plant Guide by Markus Rothkranz is an excellent resource because it includes both medicinal and edible plants. My suggestion is to buy an actual hard copy of a book like this one (if you don’t like this book, there are several others you can choose from) and take it outside with you so that you can learn before things get dire.

“Opium Lettuce”: Useful SHTF Plant Or Harmful Myth?

Similar To Morphine: The Weed Every Prepper Should Know About

Also, get your hands on Tess Pennington’s Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals.

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Millions Of Of Pigs, Chickens And Cattle Are Being Euthanized While The Media Warns “Shortages” Are Coming

This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse Blog.

EDITOR’S NOTE: They [elitists and governments] are also trying to control the food supply. The supply chain is being intentionally broken. Resist now, before it’s too late. 

More than 26 million Americans have lost their jobs during these coronavirus lockdowns so far, and this has created unprecedented demand at food banks all over the nation.  In many cities, vehicles start lining up at the food banks at the crack of dawn, and in some instances, the lines have literally stretched for miles.

But at the same time, farmers all over America have been dumping millions of gallons of milk, disposing of millions of pounds of fresh vegetables, and putting farm animals to death at a rate that we have never seen before.  In fact, Reuters is reporting that “millions of pigs, chickens, and cattle will be euthanized” because they can’t be sold.  Unlike other parts of the globe, we actually have plenty of food right now, but we can’t get much of that food to the people because so many food processing facilities have been shut down due to fear of COVID-19.

What we are witnessing is nothing short of a tragedy.  Even though there are so many needy families all across America at this time, so many farmers are being forced to waste what they have produced because food distribution pipelines have been brought to a standstill.  The following is how Forbes is describing the current state of affairs.

Dairy farmers are trying to decide between dumping their milk and selling their dairy cows for beef. Contract chicken growers on the Eastern Shore have been asked to “depopulate” nearly 2 million chickens. Hog farmers in Iowa and Minnesota are starting to euthanize their pigs. For contract and cooperative farmers—producers in the food system who are obligated to a larger entity—the options are limited.

I have a feeling that we are going to end up deeply regretting letting so many resources go to waste during this time.

In Iowa piglets are being aborted by the thousands, in Minnesota tens of thousands of chickens are being gassed to death, and in Wisconsin, farmers have been pouring countless gallons of good milk on to the ground.

Meanwhile, the mainstream media is breathlessly warning us that “shortages” are coming.

With food processing plants closing all over the nation, our choices are going to become a lot more limited, and Tyson Foods is openly admitting that “millions of pounds of meat will disappear from the supply chain”

Tyson Foods is facing a new set of challenges. In small communities around the country where we employ over 100,000 hard-working men and women, we’re being forced to shutter our doors. This means one thing – the food supply chain is vulnerable. As pork, beef and chicken plants are being forced to close, even for short periods of time, millions of pounds of meat will disappear from the supply chain. As a result, there will be limited supply of our products available in grocery stores until we are able to reopen our facilities that are currently closed.

And Smithfield Foods has also released a very ominous statement

“During this pandemic, our entire industry is faced with an impossible choice: continue to operate to sustain our nation’s food supply or shutter in an attempt to entirely insulate our employees from risk,” Smithfield Foods, the largest global pork producer owned by the Chinese WH Group, said in a statement on Friday. “It’s an awful choice; it’s not one we wish on anyone.”

“It is impossible to keep protein on tables across America if our nation’s meat plants are not running. Across the animal protein industry, closures can have severe, perhaps disastrous, repercussions up and down the supply chain,” the statement said. “Beyond the implications to our food supply, our entire agricultural community is in jeopardy. Farmers have nowhere to send their animals and could be forced to euthanize livestock, effectively burying food in the ground. We have a stark choice as a nation: we are either going to produce food or not, even in the face of COVID-19.”

Ultimately, these big corporations are scared to death of being sued into oblivion by their workers if they stay open during this pandemic, and so that is why it is going to be necessary for the federal government to step in.

President Trump has the authority to order meat processing facilities to stay open, and apparently that is exactly what he plans to do

President Donald Trump plans to order meat-processing plants to remain open as the nation confronts growing food-supply disruptions from the coronavirus outbreak, a person familiar with the matter said.

Trump plans to use the Defense Production Act to order the companies to stay open as critical infrastructure, and the government will provide additional protective gear for employees as well as guidance, according to the person.

This should greatly help matters, and I wish that it had been done sooner.

But for the economy as a whole, the outlook continues to be very bleak.  Fear of the coronavirus is going to keep many Americans from resuming normal activities for a long time to come, and that is going to absolutely paralyze economic activity.  If you doubt this, check out the results of this new poll

Fewer than half of Americans plan to go to sports events, concerts, movies and amusement parks when they reopen to the public until there is a proven coronavirus vaccine, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday.

That includes those who have attended such events in the past, an ominous sign for the sports and entertainment industries hoping to return to the spotlight after being shut down by the pandemic.

I was deeply alarmed when I read that.

There has never been a successful vaccine for any coronavirus in all of human history, and so those that are waiting for one may be waiting for a very, very long time.

Meanwhile, economic suffering is going to continue to escalate all over the nation.  In Arkansas, people were lining up at 5:30 AM on Tuesday at a food bank in the Little Rock area, and all of the food “was gone within an hour and a half”

The Arkansas Foodbank planned to hand out food for four hours on Tuesday, but the demand was so high that all the food was gone within an hour and a half, the charity said.

Cars lined up at the Outlets of Little Rock mall, which hosted the event, as early as 5:30 a.m., when the food bank’s workers arrived to unload the trucks, Arkansas Foodbank CEO Rhonda Sanders said.

Everything that I have been warning about for so long is starting to happen, and this country is heading for incredibly challenging times.

Hopefully, Trump’s executive order will be implemented smoothly and all of the meat processing plants will be forced to reopen.

But this is yet another example that shows how vulnerable our supply chains really are, and one has to wonder how we will fare when an even greater crisis comes along.

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Episode-2645- Roger Rodriguez on Building a Small Animal Processing Facility

Roger Rodriguez is from a military family having been raised on military bases around the world and the U.S. He is also a former Marine having served as an infantryman from 91 to 95. From there a real estate centered Continue reading →

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Episode-2625- Stories of Off Grid Living, Adventure and ReGen Ag with Eddy Garcia

Growing up on a small Hawaiian island, Eddy Garcia has over 30 years of experience living off-grid. His deep connection to Nature has taught him fundamental truths that are woven into Living Earth Systems. Observation, Consistency, Stewardship. Eddy has been Continue reading →

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Bloomberg Frames Farmers As Primitive Idiots In Demeaning Diatribe

This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. 

Michael Bloomberg isn’t making any friends in the agriculture industry, after a video of the former NYC Mayor surfaced of him describing farmers as having simple jobs that don’t require much intelligence, according to the Washington Times.

“I could teach anybody, even the people in this room” to be a farmer, said Bloomberg during a 2016 talk at Oxford University in a now-viral clip in which he called agriculture a “process”

“You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn, he added.

Bloomberg then described metalworkers similarly.

“You put the piece of metal in the lathe, you turn the crank in the direction of the arrow, and you can have a job,” he continued.

Mr. Bloomberg then said working in the information economy is “fundamentally different, because it’s built around replacing people with technology and the skill sets that you have to learn are how to think and analyze. And that is a whole degree level different. You have to have a different skill set, you have to have a lot more gray matter,” he said. –Washington Times

Bloomberg is also making strides with elderly voters with his casual ‘death panel’ banter.

Not to be outdone by his efforts to appeal to… well, we’re not quite sure:

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Mike Pence fires shot at Michael Bloomberg over insulting comments about farmers

Vice President Mike Pence appeared to take a shot at Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Monday after insulting remarks Bloomberg made about farmers in 2016 resurfaced over the weekend.

While speaking at the University of Oxford Saïd Business School in 2016, Bloomberg suggested that farming requires a low-level intelligence and that anyone could be successful in agricultural endeavors.

“I could teach anybody, even people in this room, no offense intended, to be a farmer,” Bloomberg said. “It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn.”

The comments triggered bipartisan condemnation, including from supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders and a popular New York Times columnist.

Pence’s response, on the other hand, was more subtle.

In lieu of a direct response, the vice president tweeted a video from Dodge that aired during the second half of the 2013 Super Bowl. Along with the ad, Pence said, “So God Made a Farmer.”

The message in the ad is from a Paul Harvey speech from 1978.

And on the 8th day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, “I need a caretaker.” So God made a farmer.

God said, “I need somebody willing to get up before dawn, milk cows, work all day in the fields, milk cows again, eat supper and then go to town and stay past midnight at a meeting of the school board.” So God made a farmer.

“I need somebody with arms strong enough to rustle a calf and yet gentle enough to deliver his own grandchild. Somebody to call hogs, tame cantankerous machinery, come home hungry, have to wait lunch until his wife’s done feeding visiting ladies and tell the ladies to be sure and come back real soon — and mean it.” So God made a farmer.

God said, “I need somebody willing to sit up all night with a newborn colt. And watch it die. Then dry his eyes and say, ‘Maybe next year.’ I need somebody who can shape an ax handle from a persimmon sprout, shoe a horse with a hunk of car tire, who can make harness out of haywire, feed sacks and shoe scraps. And who, planting time and harvest season, will finish his forty-hour week by Tuesday noon, then, pain’n from ‘tractor back,’ put in another seventy-two hours.” So God made a farmer.

God had to have somebody willing to ride the ruts at double speed to get the hay in ahead of the rain clouds and yet stop in mid-field and race to help when he sees the first smoke from a neighbor’s place. So God made a farmer.

God said, “I need somebody strong enough to clear trees and heave bails, yet gentle enough to tame lambs and wean pigs and tend the pink-combed pullets, who will stop his mower for an hour to splint the broken leg of a meadow lark. It had to be somebody who’d plow deep and straight and not cut corners. Somebody to seed, weed, feed, breed and rake and disc and plow and plant and tie the fleece and strain the milk and replenish the self-feeder and finish a hard week’s work with a five-mile drive to church.

“Somebody who’d bale a family together with the soft strong bonds of sharing, who would laugh and then sigh, and then reply, with smiling eyes, when his son says he wants to spend his life ‘doing what dad does.'” So God made a farmer.

In response, Bloomberg’s campaign accused critics of mischaracterizing Bloomberg’s remarks. In a statement, the campaign specifically targeted Sanders.

“It’s a shameful turn of events to see Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump deploy the very same attacks and tactics against Mike, but the reason is clear. At this point, the primary is Bernie’s to lose, and ours to win. Bernie knows this. Trump knows this. That’s why they are united in the campaign against Mike,” the Bloomberg campaign said, the New York Post reported.

Sanders responded to the statement on Twitter by posting a photo of Bloomberg and President Donald Trump on a golf course together.

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Bloomberg triggers bipartisan backlash for condescending remarks about farmers

Surging Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is facing bipartisan backlash for condescending comments about farming that resurfaced over the weekend.

While speaking at the University of Oxford Saïd Business School in 2016, Bloomberg was asked if Americans living on the coasts — who are generally more liberal — could be unified with those who live in middle America, who are generally more conservative.

In response, Bloomberg implied that anyone could be a farmer because it requires a low-level of intelligence to be successful.

I could teach anybody, even people in this room, no offense intended, to be a farmer.

It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn. You could learn that. Then we had 300 years of the industrial society. You put the piece of metal on the lathe, you turn the crank in the direction of the arrow and you can have a job. And we created a lot of jobs. At one point, 98 percent of the world worked in agriculture; today it’s 2 percent in the United States.

Now comes the information economy. And the information economy is fundamentally different because it’s built around replacing people with technology and the skill sets that you have to learn are how to think and analyze, and that is a whole degree level different. You have to have a different skill set, you have to have a lot more gray matter.

In response, Bloomberg was condemned by the left and right.

People for Bernie, the official Twitter account for Sen. Bernie Sanders’ supporters, said, “Time and time again we see Bloomberg insulting the middle class and the working class…”

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof said, “Hm. And farmers in Oregon can teach anyone to be a financier…”

Donald Trump Jr. said, “Bloomberg wouldn’t last 3 seconds as a farmer… but like his comments on minorities, you can tell he really hates regular hardworking Americans.”

Journalist Selana Zito pointed out that farming, in fact, requires a significant amount of technology and advanced intelligence to be successful.

“This ‘can teach anyone’ quip is ignorant. Farmers are electricians plumbers, mechanics, scientists, vets, engineers & H2O/soil conservationists; they take care of the crops that fill our cupboards & care for the animals who provide dairy & meat for our feasts. But Ok GreyMatter,” she said.

Meanwhile, popular Twitter user David Burge simply mocked Bloomberg in response, quipping, “I guess he’s so short because somebody forgot to water him.”

Bloomberg, who has already spent hundreds of millions of dollars on his campaign, has surged to third place in the Democratic race, according to RealClearPolitics.

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Episode-2591- Reed Richard on the Biophilic Approach to Life

Reed Richard is the Conductor of Orchestra Farm, a regenerative experiment in social horticulture. Orchestra Farm is in its fourth year of cultivation. Nestled in the Salish Sea within the southern gulf islands of BC, Reed is enjoying being a Continue reading →

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Episode-2575- Thoughts on Tactics and Tech for Changing the Global Food System

One thing we know is the current food system works, shocked that I said that?  Okay when is the last time you had money, wanted food and could not get any?  This is true in most of the world, people Continue reading →

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Episode-2568- A Small Commercial Hydroponics Farm Model

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