You Will Own Nothing: The Feds are Already in a War with Farmers

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Irrigating farms with public water is a silly idea. It was promoted by the government as a way to get rid of self-sufficient farmers.

Almost all the environmental harm caused by Big Ag is encouraged by the government.

America has the potential to grow massive amounts of food while causing minimal disruption to the environment. Sadly this will never happen under our current system.
 

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Yeah, you're right about that. I usually pour the bags into 5 or 10gl pails with watertight lids and keep them stacked. While I'm doing that I check for impurities of all sorts. I haven't had a problem with bugs in a long time but I have in the past.
Seal it in a mylar bag with a 2000cc oxygen absorber enclosed to ensure freshness and kill bugs. Then put the sealed mylar bag into a watertight 5gl pail. I guess if you wanted to be extra safe you could put a second 2000cc O2 absorber into the pail alongside the bag


 

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usury killed many and consolidated land.
This is what usury does. It exponentially concentrates all wealth into a single point, and kills economies dead.
 

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I remember there was some issue with water which was screwing over farmers. Perhaps it is a problem with state rules which sometimes make it illegal to collect over a rain barrel's full.


Indian farmers are protesting deregulation and laws which shift more power from farmers to corporates

 

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All this huge amounts of rain in my part of Texas killed off most of my dad’s decently big sized garden and ruined the hay harvest

It’s also ridiculously hotter than usual for this time of year so if it stops raining for very long it’s also instant drought time
 

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All this huge amounts of rain in my part of Texas killed off most of my dad’s decently big sized garden and ruined the hay harvest

It’s also ridiculously hotter than usual for this time of year so if it stops raining for very long it’s also instant drought time
My hay guy just told second cutting is not happening, so no 3rd or fourth?

He is a hay broker and rancher.

He told me there is no rain or hay from Wisconsin to california.

Bean prices skyrocketed so a bunch of hay ground got plowed up and planted in beans.

Couple no rain with less acreage and you will get temp cheap beef and then nothing as herds are cut to the bone and burger nation will get all the rest.

Bank debacle 2019, covid to cover up bank failures, civic does massive supply chain fuck up, no ammo or guns on shelves after obama clinton rice act blues temper tantrum add weather mods in, bang zoom yet gaining on holdomore.

And niggers can't see it coming?

Hyperbol or yer fooked?

I'm betting on yer fooked, hope I lose to hyperbol.
 
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UK holdomore?
 

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UK holdomore?
Temporary Body Storage Service
  • Westminster City Council
Publication reference: 2021/S 000-013120
Publication date: 10 June 2021


II.1.4) Short description
The Authority seeks to procure a framework agreement for temporary body storage in the event of an excess deaths situation for the 32 London boroughs and the City of London, led by Westminster City Council. The framework agreement will appoint a single provider and will be for a period of 4 years. This will be a contingency contract, only called upon in the event that an excess deaths situation arises in the future and existing local body storage capacity needs to be augmented.

The over-arching aim of this tender is to provide a single framework supplier that will be able to provide temporary body storage facilities to house deceased in the event of an excess deaths situation. The deceased will be stored with dignity and respect, at locations to be determined based on local London needs at the time and will require some design elements to accommodate local site conditions and constraints, while being capable of rapid deployment, construction and commissioning to an agreed standard. This framework will be procured by the Authority as the pan-London lead, but all London local authorities may call-off against the framework.

This will be a contingency cover framework and as such there is no minimum guarantee of any level of spend or call-off under the framework agreement.

two.1.5) Estimated total valueII.1.5) Estimated total value
Value excluding VAT: Β£6,000,000


I know a nearby state bought a 50.000.000 dollar cold storage building last year to temp store all the covid dead...never used it, yet!

SAGE must be telling them something is about to happen per their "modeling"?

or

just being prudent stewards. because statistically shit happens?
 
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from "slaughter of cities" EM Jones,

in late january of 1933 gropius gave a speech in leningrad in which he praised the soviet union as " up until now the only country that has achieved the most important pre condition of healthy urban renewal , namely , free land by "free land" gropius meant the abrogation of the right to own property, which went into effect in russia following the 1917 communist revolution.

gropius went onto lead the architecture department at harvard

"the immorral right of private property"

if you want the communisms you must give up your stuff, everything belongs to the state and it will dole it out according to your needs and social credit score biches!!!
 
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That's weird. I wonder why bean prices in the US have gone up so much.
many pressures, china, weather, crop failures worldwide(countries halted exports), shipping bottlenecks, inflation, insurance.


Adding to the price situation, higher insurance guarantees will also encourage farmers to go that extra mile in planting, sources said.

"The determination of the February crop insurance guarantees comes in the middle of these events and can have significant implications on the number of acres producers seed on any given year," Durchholz from Grain Cycles said.

"Suffice it to say, the highest corn spring insurance guarantee since 2014, and soybean insurance guarantees since 2013, should stimulate planting in 2021 -- weather permitting," he said.



Prevent planting acres


Over the last 15 years, prevent planting in the US has averaged 5.6 million acres. "A part of these acres is likely to get planted in 2021 with the higher prices and insurance guarantees," Durchholz said.

"Higher prices are an inducement to plant lower quality, abandoned land," he said. "We have already heard of pastures being ripped up in the Great Plains, with intentions of planting crops."

Forecasting the mix of US corn and soybean acres is a more challenging task this year, according to sources. A US-based farmer said 2021 is likely to witness a good battle for acres between corn and soybean.

In the US, corn and soybean are planted almost at the same time -- corn planting typically begins in April-May, with soybean planting in May-June.



Demand story


"One also must not forget the message producers are hearing; a message indicating Chinese demand is going to be robust the next few years to meet burgeoning demand and to rebuild depleted inventories," said Durchholz.

China's import demand estimates for corn and soybean in 2020-21 are forecast at record levels. The USDA expects China to import 24 million mt of corn in 2020-21, almost three times the 7.9 million mt it imported in 2019-20.

China's soybean demand is set to rise 13.4% year on year and exceed the 100 million mt mark as the country swiftly looks to rebuild its pig population.

According to industry experts, China's grain demand is likely to remain elevated in 2021, keeping grain prices buoyant.

US agricultural exports are forecast to rise in the 2021 financial year to a record $157 billion on strong demand from China, the USDA's chief economist Seth Meyer said during the February Outlook Forum.
 

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many pressures, china, weather, crop failures worldwide(countries halted exports), shipping bottlenecks, inflation, insurance.


Adding to the price situation, higher insurance guarantees will also encourage farmers to go that extra mile in planting, sources said.

"The determination of the February crop insurance guarantees comes in the middle of these events and can have significant implications on the number of acres producers seed on any given year," Durchholz from Grain Cycles said.

"Suffice it to say, the highest corn spring insurance guarantee since 2014, and soybean insurance guarantees since 2013, should stimulate planting in 2021 -- weather permitting," he said.



Prevent planting acres


Over the last 15 years, prevent planting in the US has averaged 5.6 million acres. "A part of these acres is likely to get planted in 2021 with the higher prices and insurance guarantees," Durchholz said.

"Higher prices are an inducement to plant lower quality, abandoned land," he said. "We have already heard of pastures being ripped up in the Great Plains, with intentions of planting crops."

Forecasting the mix of US corn and soybean acres is a more challenging task this year, according to sources. A US-based farmer said 2021 is likely to witness a good battle for acres between corn and soybean.

In the US, corn and soybean are planted almost at the same time -- corn planting typically begins in April-May, with soybean planting in May-June.



Demand story


"One also must not forget the message producers are hearing; a message indicating Chinese demand is going to be robust the next few years to meet burgeoning demand and to rebuild depleted inventories," said Durchholz.

China's import demand estimates for corn and soybean in 2020-21 are forecast at record levels. The USDA expects China to import 24 million mt of corn in 2020-21, almost three times the 7.9 million mt it imported in 2019-20.

China's soybean demand is set to rise 13.4% year on year and exceed the 100 million mt mark as the country swiftly looks to rebuild its pig population.

According to industry experts, China's grain demand is likely to remain elevated in 2021, keeping grain prices buoyant.

US agricultural exports are forecast to rise in the 2021 financial year to a record $157 billion on strong demand from China, the USDA's chief economist Seth Meyer said during the February Outlook Forum.

Oh it was just an illegal central American immigrant joke. :LOL:
 
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