Blog/Agriculture

Fertilizer Bans Lead to Food Scarcity

Canada’s Trudeau is proposing to reduce fertilizer with the globalist goal of achieving zero emissions by 2030. Every indicator says that food scarcity is on the [...]

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Global Water Scarcity on Schedule

A new study by the University of Colorado Boulder published on “One Earth” cites water scarcity as the top threat to food security in the next 20 years. [...]

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Coming Soon: Climate Change v Animal Activists

Two groups that usually overlap are about to come into direct confrontation due to the net-zero carbon culture. Both climate and animal rights activists have been [...]

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Dutch Protest: No Farmers, No Food

The Dutch farmers are pushing back against a new law that plans to reduce nitrogen oxide and ammonia emissions by 50% by 2030. These gases are produced by [...]

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Energy Crisis Driving Up Food Costs

Agriculture experts are calling this season one of the most important crop years in recent history. The supply chain has barely improved, exports are expensive, and [...]

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Let Them Eat Crickets

Bill Gates’ dream of a meatless Utopia is coming to fruition one insect at a time. Aspire Food Group of Canada announced that it has created an “alternative [...]

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Fourth of July Celebration Price Hike

The White House celebrated the measly 16-cent discount that Americans enjoyed last Fourth of July. As a reminder of how our leaders have catapulted our economy and [...]

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House Votes to Legalize Marijuana

Individual states began legalizing marijuana a few years ago after the 1969 Supreme Court decision led to the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. Now, the House has [...]

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The Coming Dust Bowl – 2025-2027?

QUESTION: Marty; You have been the first to warn of food shortages and to stockpile for the years ahead. With Russia and Ukraine accounting for 30% of global wheat, [...]

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The Model on War & Food Shortages

During a war, food production collapses because tanks have a tendency to plow down crops. Here is a food ratio book from World War II in the United States where [...]

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