Agriculture – Prices at Record High

The painful phrase “I told you so” is one I hate to use.  Unless it is being  said to someone who has already heeded some other advice we gave out early this year (January to be precise) which was “Stock up on food NOW because after the first half of the year, we suspect staples will reach a record high.” 

Well, if you heeded that advice, then you’re not bothered by the “told you so” statement and it is not offensive.  In fact, if you acted upon your ability to stock up you probably told people it would be this way as well.

The unfortunate part is many people have not done so.

The current agricultural climate, due to the worst drought since 1956, has pushed many commodities such as corn, wheat, soybeans and the like to record high prices.  And there is no cap in sight as yet.

Don’t take our word for it.  Seriously do your own research to see how this will affect the food prices in the later half of the year.



Rather than focus on all that is wrong, if you act fast – we would like to offer some solutions:

  • BULK FOODSHURRY before prices rise again – Deadline is July 21, 2012

The prices are currently still low. The agricultural hike has not yet hit as of THIS order, but will the next.

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Use the code: JULY CLEARANCE and get an additional 15% off your entire order


Even if it’s in a pail or pot on the front porch or balcony of an apartment, start learning these skills to grow SOMETHING.

Remember, we are here to help, to train and encourage, to uplift and share what we’ve learned and found.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us.