Not many people thought this would happen at all. Many simply assumed that conditions would eventually return to “normal” and that everything would somehow work out. But here in the middle of 2021, all is definitely not well. In fact, cows are actually dying of starvation in northern Mexico in very large numbers. This is not something that is supposed to happen in North America.
For years, I’ve been warning that Dust Bowl conditions would return to the Southwest. Just check out my old books and old articles. Now it has happened, and everyone is in shock.
For years, I’ve also been warning that the global food supply would tighten more and more. And although they see it happening, many hope very much that I will be proven wrong somehow.
What we are witnessing now south of the border should be a huge wake-up call to all of us. The following comes from an article originally published by the Los Angeles Times titled In drought-stricken northern Mexico, tens of thousands of cows are starving to death.…
In the dry southern hills of Sonora, Marco Antonio Gutierrez was pacing around the clearing, counting the dead.
There were seven rotting corpses – protruding ribs and withered skins – and two sun-bleached skulls. Nine cows cut down due to heat and hunger.
There’s nothing to eat,” said Gutierrez, a wide-brimmed hat that shaded his broken eyes.
I totally understand that it’s hard to believe that this is actually happening in our part of the world.
Unfortunately, Gutierrez didn’t lose just nine cows.
The article goes on to show that he has already lost a total 70 cows hungry so far…
Gutierrez doesn’t use the phrase “climate change” to describe what’s happening, but he regrets that each year seems drier and hotter than the last. In recent months, he has watched helplessly that 70 out of 100 cows have starved to death.
Of course, the losses incurred by Gutierrez represent only a very small part of the overall tragedy.
At this point, the number of cattle in Sonora has decreased By nearly half a million Over the past two years…
Two years of severe drought turned large swaths of northern Mexico into a bunyard. Between starvation and forcing ranchers to prematurely sell or slaughter their livestock, officials say the number of cattle in Sonora has fallen from 1.1 million to about 635 thousand.
If you don’t think this will affect us here in the United States, you are wrong.
Each year, the United States typically imports about 500 million pounds of beef from Mexico.
So be prepared to pay extra for beef at the grocery store.
Unfortunately, NBC News tells us that the drought in Mexico “Looks like it’s going to get worse in the coming weeks.”…
long-term dryness Hit two-thirds of Mexico It looks set to get worse in the coming weeks, with forecasts of soaring temperatures, damaged crops and water shortages on the horizon, including in the densely populated capital.
Experts have sounded the alarm that dry crops may not produce sufficiently as temperatures reached 40 degrees Celsius on Wednesday in some parts of northern Mexico, including key growing areas.
Meanwhile, we are dealing with a historic drought of our own in the western third of the nation.
At the moment, every square inch of California is dry, and that’s a big problem because it produces about a third of our vegetables and about two thirds of our fruits and nuts.
Many other western and central states are also suffering severely, and this has led to a rapidly growing agricultural crisis.
The USDA has released some pretty amazing new numbers. You can find articles about these numbers over here And over here. But in order to write about these numbers, I had to check them myself, and I went to original document That’s where the new USDA figures come from. Below are accurate quotes that come live from that document…
– “Approximately 84 percent of barley production is within a drought-affected region.”
– “Approximately 36 percent of maize production is within a drought-affected region.”
– “Approximately 31 percent of soybean production falls within a drought-affected region.”
– “Nearly 86 percent of sunflower production falls within a drought-stricken region.”
– “Nearly 99 percent of durum wheat production is located within a drought-affected region.”
– “Nearly 99 percent of spring wheat production falls within a drought-affected region.”
– “Almost 30 percent of winter wheat production is located within a drought-affected region.”
– “Approximately 36 percent of the straw production area is within a drought-affected region.”
– “Approximately 64 percent of the alfalfa production area is within a drought-affected region.”
– “Approximately 44 percent of the pig stock is located within a drought-affected region.”
– “Nearly 32 percent of livestock inventories are within a drought-stricken area.”
– “Approximately 48 percent of cow’s milk stock is located in a drought-affected region.”
– “Nearly 53 percent of the sheep inventory is within a drought-affected area.”
We’ve never seen anything quite like this.
This might surprise some of you to hear it, but I really can’t speak. I Warning That this would happen, but seeing it actually happen is another thing entirely.
In the beginning, the first way this will affect you personally is through the higher prices at the grocery store.
At the same time that our leaders dramatically increase the money supply, agricultural production will be well below the original forecast.
This is a slow-moving train wreck of epic proportions, and it is happening right before our eyes.
Nor is North America alone in trouble. All over the world, crazy weather patterns are wreaking havoc on food production, and the global food supply is getting tighter and tighter.
This won’t end well, but most of you have already figured it out by now.
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