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Cliff Harris has been making accurate predictions about farming and food trends for over 40 years. Ed Petrowski has been farming the fields of Pratt, Kansas for decades. I had both men on show this past Sunday night to present to the world a farmer’s perspective on what is happening with our food supply.

cbs reports on hunger in americaOne of the more stunning trends that both men pointed out was the fact that over 15% of American farmers will leave the business this year because of extreme government intrusion. They both said that there will be an extreme food shortage as a result. In fact, they both said there would be a food crisis in the United States anyway. And as Cliff Harris, a climatologist pointed out, there would be a food shortage anyway due to extreme weather changes.

This was an one hour interview, where I probably did not say 100 words. I wanted the listening public to listen to two prominent men in field of farming about what is really happening to the American food supply instead of reading the lies contained in various government reports.

Listen to this stunning interview by clicking here.

 

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  1. Marcus January 19, 2016 at 11:22 am

    It takes EIGHT ACRES of land to raise one cow. If anyone REALLY cares about feeding the future they would be hell-bent on getting cattle gone already.
    Denial running rampant is all you can see around here!
    The future? In the future grazing cattle will be outlawed.
    (sorry Dave, I detest running cattle on public lands. The moment they cut that fence at Malheur is when the Bundy bunch lost what little sympathy I had for them.)

  2. Kathy January 19, 2016 at 9:17 pm

    I was shopping at the “big box store” today for salad stuff and they were out of several things including a couple my favorite staples. I lamented to a worker that was close to me about the outages and she said that they were having trouble getting product because of the weather having knocked out some crops. I was just thinking it was because it is the middle of winter but guess not. Don’t know where the product was coming from.

  3. Ricardo January 19, 2016 at 10:38 pm

    Thanks for an informative interview and the extra information that has come out of it (for me anyway) about weather cycles over the past 4,000 years.
    This pope with his climate change is very bad news and I believe it is just a “front” to bring about their (papacy) day of worship and mark of the beast agenda. Already in his encyclical he has tied in the earth needing a day of rest ……. and this document was presented at the UN and the global climate change meeting in Paris. Again thank you for the common sense radio interview.

  4. […] Millions will die. This fact is exacerbated by the fact that I recently interviewed farming experts, Ed Petrowski and Cliff Harris, about their unfolding prediction that at least 15% of the nation’s farmers and ranchers will be […]

  5. CT January 20, 2016 at 7:55 am

    @ Marcus: Why are you spreading misinformation?
    According to even this alphabet gov. agency, It only takes 20 acres to feed 11 cows. So, your 8 acres is not accurate.http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb1097070.pdf

    Incidentally, please get over your Angst. Overpopulation is a myth. This planet can feed billions more than are here now.
    Dave Hodges has written and talked about the global agenda over and over.

  6. […] Millions will die. This fact is exacerbated by the fact that I recently interviewed farming experts, Ed Petrowski and Cliff Harris, about their unfolding prediction that at least 15% of the nation’s farmers and ranchers will be […]

  7. […] Millions will die. This fact is exacerbated by the fact that I recently interviewed farming experts, Ed Petrowski and Cliff Harris, about their unfolding prediction that at least 15% of the nation’s farmers and ranchers will be […]

  8. holymoly January 22, 2016 at 11:03 am

    I am a farmer AND cattle producer forced to sell out after 30 years of being in operation. I do not run cattle on public lands but I see nothing wrong with that arrangement. It is a thankless job and there is no such thing as paid vacation, holidays, health insurance, or 40 hour work week. It is a 365 day a year job and 80 hour work weeks outdoors in the heat or the freezing cold. Marcus, your ignorance insults me. I hope you stop and think AND educate yourself before you have to wonder where your next meal is coming from. By the way, there are several variables as to how many acres it requires to raise a cow…like the breed of cow, the type of grass, the quantity and the quality of the grass, the water source, etc. Don’t speak of that which you do not understand.

  9. Elisa January 22, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    I live in the high desert area of So. Calif. about 30 miles north of Palm Springs in a small town. Yesterday, on our small local radio, it was announced that the Saudis have purchased thousands of acres of farmland in Blythe, CA. The stated purpose being to grow alfalfa and save their water. WTF??!!! Are we not undergoing a huge drought here in the southwest states and farmers in central Calif. not losing their farms due to strident water rationing??? I couldn’t believe what I was hearing so I GOOGLED the topic and found several verifying Online articles!! I know that the drought is being engineered by the govt. via the HAARP system but this is unbelievably bold!!

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