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Food prices to rise.

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My college level 88cent bread with up 11 cents!

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I read somewhere that food prices went up by around 20% over here.

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Along with everything else....what's new?

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Along with everything else....what's new?
This has been big news. We should all pay attention to Russia and there crop. The catastrophic wheat harvest was an utter failure causing countries like China, Sudan, Nigeria, etc to replace the wheat with corn. If you can put two and two together, you can see why. Russia again has had a failure reseeding wheat, expected ~60 loss due to drought when fall seeded. Winter wheat is a major crop in Russia, and many countries rely on that crop. This is a very simplistic reason as to one of the largest contributors to this rise. Also, since farm subsidies are virtually becoming extinct, people will finally see what it's like to pay for food.
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I haven't been anything close to a farmer in probably 40 years, but isn't it normal to have grain prices increase this time of year? Maybe not as much as said, but still increase?
On a somewhat humorous side. Screw the price increase on meat. We've got plenty of deer no one hunts where I am. Now on the dairy thing, has anyone ever tried using deer milk?

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I haven't been anything close to a farmer in probably 40 years, but isn't it normal to have grain prices increase this time of year? Maybe not as much as said, but still increase?
On a somewhat humorous side. Screw the price increase on meat. We've got plenty of deer no one hunts where I am. Now on the dairy thing, has anyone ever tried using deer milk?
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I haven't been anything close to a farmer in probably 40 years, but isn't it normal to have grain prices increase this time of year? Maybe not as much as said, but still increase?
On a somewhat humorous side. Screw the price increase on meat. We've got plenty of deer no one hunts where I am. Now on the dairy thing, has anyone ever tried using deer milk?
Pound per pound a deer is much stronger than any cow. to try and milk a deer would be impossible. and Yes grain prices are usually high between mar and july. But prices have been high since Sept, when news came out about Russia.
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