Blog/Agriculture

PRIVATE BLOG – Russia Bans Exports of Fertilizer – Wheat Price Rising?

PRIVATE BLOG – Russia Bans Exports of Fertilizer – Wheat Price Rising? Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for [...]

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The Tonga eruption & Volcanic Winter?

The explosive eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano was massive. It would have covered much of California engulfing from San Francisco down to Los [...]

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WEC Agricultural Review

The Agriculture Outlook is going up for WEC Attendees. You will be getting an email for the [...]

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Meat Prices on the Rise

(Image from Statistics Canada: Prices for meat products rise year over year in September) Canada’s CPI rose 4.4% YoY this September, according to Statistics [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – The Markets Respond to Biden Agenda

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Food Shortages Continue

Food shortages are again starting to appear. But the new round of restrictions because of COVID variants is sending the world into an economic tailspin. Even in [...]

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Is Gates Thinning the Heard with a Food Crisis?

Biden is now paying farmers not to grow crops and was perhaps directed by Bill Gates, who has become the biggest farmland holder in the USA. The risk of starvation [...]

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Rubber & the Shipping Crisis

People may not realize that 90% of all physical trade is moved by container ships. Because of COVID-19, the disruption in the supply chain has created a shortage in [...]

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Shortage of Chickens

The orchestrated COVID pandemic to change the economy for the BUILD BACK BETTER Great Reset has set in motion food shortages that are now emerging. Farmers have had [...]

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Supply v Demand – Does It Always Work?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, You say that wheat fell during the Great Depression during the Dust Bowl when supply would have declined. This makes no sense. Would you [...]

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