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#1 Post by Andy F » Wed Oct 31, 2018 9:04 am

Grain Watch, Farmland Grabs https://www.grain.org/

Grain.org on Climate Change, following the UN script - read up to date titles is enough https://www.grain.org/entries?utf8=%E2% ... ate+change

Note: They obviously know about crop losses, but they don't know why, they're calling it climate change. Do they know, or are they hiding the GSM? I don't know.
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#2 Post by Andy F » Sun Nov 25, 2018 10:14 am

Ag-Gag: Farmer's "Agricultural Gag" Laws + MAP
via First Amendment Watch - Ag-Gag Laws: Government Can’t Target Content of Speech
https://firstamendmentwatch.org/ag-gag-laws/
Ag-Gag states44-59.jpg
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According to the October 2017 Ag MAP, Iowa, is the only state that is still in Litigation on Ag-Gag Laws. I found no mention at their state farmer's website.
https://practicalfarmers.org/events/sma ... onference/

Iowa's Agriculture Law & Ag Court docket https://www.calt.iastate.edu/articles-blogposts
There are some interesting cases in recent past.

Although the most recent Ag-Gag Laws were, and still are, based on wide spread Animal Abuse in factory animal farming and those laws were enacted to prevent Animal Rights activists who work at agencies like PETA from going undercover and then showing the public the videos and air recorded conversations they'd had with workers at those factory farms. Anti-Whistleblower laws...Ag-Gag.

I can't help but think these farmers in particular states in BLUE on map, since they're a large part of grain farmers in USA states, are unable to discuss their crop losses openly, and not just animal abuses taking place.

Most food crop farmers, if not all, likely use the Farmer's Almanacs and surely those would show a trend towards colder weather in past 10-15 years. Farmer's are not ignorant to trends in weather and related crop damage/loss by any means.

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Re: Grain & Farmland Watch

#3 Post by Andy F » Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:34 am

Farmland. I'll take a gamble on the Human, beef, animal food prices soon to rise faster than I once thoth.

12 million pounds of beef recalled in salmonella scare… 246 sick in 26 states… FDA recalls toxic dog foodhttp://www.investmentwatchblog.com/12-m ... -dog-food/

FDA Recalls:
FDA [Human] Food & Drug Recall Latest News -
https://www.fda.gov/food/recallsoutbrea ... efault.htm

FDA Animal Food Recall News - https://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/Sa ... efault.htm
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