kent smith wrote: I keep reading about the failed crops in the mid west and we are trying to stock up on things that could be effected. I wonder if livestock and meat prices will raise drastically. This should be good for the local farmers around here since most of the traditional farms here seem to have health corn and soy bean crops in the fields.
Stacy Zoozwick wrote: On the other hand I am having to sell 2 goats and both of my horses. I am very upset about his. We have such a huge hay & grain shortage I just can’t afford the soon to be 8-10$ a bail. There are small hoppy farmers and homesteaders losing everything around here. Every farmer I talk to only got 1st crop of hay & that was half the yield it should have been. I foresee many food shortages in our area not to machine the livestock loss.
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