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Dutch Farmers Block Roads in Protest of New Climate Mandates

Dutch Farmers set up tractor blockades in protest of government mandates reducing emissions this past week. QUICK FACTS: Over 40,000 farmers have taken to the streets...

100-Year-Old WWII Vet Breaks Down, Says This Isn’t the ‘Country We Fought For’ (Video)

Much of what American soldiers fought for in World War II has “gone down the drain,” according to U.S. Marine Carl Spurlin Dekel, who celebrated his 100th birthday last week.

Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Jeffrey Epstein Sex Trafficking Case

Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 in prison Tuesday for her role in helping powerful pedophile Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls, capping off a dramatic fall from grace for the British socialite turned-convicted sex-trafficker.

Americans Will Pay 17% More for July 4 Cookout: Farm Bureau

U.S. consumers can expect to pay 17 percent more to eat on Independence Day in 2022, according to a new report from the American...

Foreign Investment in U.S. Farmland Triples in Last Decade, Raising National Security Fears

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has been trying to pass the bipartisan Food Security is National Security Act in Congress for several years.

Chinese Residents Trapped in Lockdown Scream from Their Windows, Fight over Limited Food

Videos surfacing on social media in the past week from Shanghai – and rapidly deleted on government-controlled sites like Weibo – show mounting desperation as a poorly planned coronavirus lockdown leaves the heart of China’s economy with rotting food and a lack of basic necessities.

Farmers Turn To Soybeans Over Corn as Fertilizer Prices Spike

For just the third time in recorded history, farmers will be planting more soybeans than corn as they grapple with the rising cost of fertilizer — a cost that will almost certainly be passed on to consumers.

Soaring Prices Are Changing the Way People Eat

Cooking oil, chicken and other kitchen staples are increasingly out of reach as fears of ‘demand destruction’ begin to materialize.

Fertilizer Prices Surge as Ukraine War Cuts Supply, Leaving Farmers Shocked

Smaller harvests loom from Argentina to Indonesia, and developing countries are bracing for higher food costs; ‘It’s like a scary movie’

What Has Happened to My Beloved Canada?

When I was 11 years old, my family moved from our sunny home (the only home that I knew at that time) to the very rainy northwestern part of Washington State, only miles from the Canadian border and the province of British Columbia (BC).

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