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When do farmers go back to growing food?
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Posted 3/16/2023 17:23 (#10143288 - in reply to #10143184)
Subject: RE: When do farmers go back to growing food?

easymoney - 3/16/2023 16:00

Tortillas and cereal are 3% of corn production. We are not feeding the world.

Paul said data plans and clothes. Since America has never been hungry food is not a priority.

Looking at the health of our soils and the health of the nation there is a direct link. Low quality cheap food off of dead soil, will we ever get paid for quality?

First off, our soils are far healthier than after the 1930's dust bowl and after WW2 thanks to conservation. secondly, animals are what we feed and that's what people eat. Ignorant people don't seem to understand the connection or they do and they want to drive meat prices sky high with expensive feed to push their vegan agenda. Our problem isn't row croppers. Its the farmers in California and the southwest growing vegetables when those vegetables could be grown in warehouses in every city......corn and soy are key for energy, animal feed, cooking oils, simple sugars, plastics and a whole host of other things that replace fossil fuel use and is renewable
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