Freak Weather Events And Drought Are Devastating Agricultural Production All Over The Globe

by | Aug 2, 2021 | Headline News | 9 comments

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    This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The End of the American Dream.


    Did you know that Brazil just had snow for the first time in 64 years?  Millions of Brazilians were absolutely thrilled to experience real snow for the very first time in their lives, but the freakishly low temperatures have hit agricultural production really hard at a very sensitive moment.

    Brazil is one of the largest exporters of corn in the entire world, and at this point, corn production is expected to be way below original projections.  But for many Americans, the fate of the Arabica bean crop is of far more interest.  Higher coffee prices would affect millions upon millions of Americans on a daily basis, and that is why so many people are freaking out about the fact that coffee prices are really starting to spike

    Arabica coffee prices touched a nearly seven-year high earlier this week as the unusual cold weather affected the crop in Brazil, the world’s top producer, with companies poised to pass on higher costs to consumers.

    Unfortunately, prices are likely to go even higher in the days ahead.

    The recent cold snap hit a very wide area, and one coffee exporter is warning that “no one really knows the depth of damage undertaken”

    Preliminary estimates from the Brazilian government indicated last week’s frosts alone had affected 150,000 to 200,000 hectares (370,000-490,000 acres), about 11% of the country’s total arabica crop area.

    “No one really knows the depth of damage undertaken,” said coffee exporter Comexim, which estimated a 13% loss on next year’s production at the Cerrado region in top coffee growing state Minas Gerais.

    The full extent of the damage to Brazil’s cornfields is yet to be determined as well.  Currently, it is being projected that total corn production could be down about 17 percent compared to last year…

    Total corn production in Brazil is now seen at 85.3 million tonnes, almost 17% below last year’s level, AgRural said citing weather issues affecting the crop, particularly the second corn crop which was first hit by drought and later by frosts in states like Mato Grosso do Sul and Paraná.

    Over in Africa, endless drought is taking a very heavy toll in many areas.

    At this point, we are being told that “crop failure” has led to “mass hunger” in Madagascar, and we are being warned that “tens of thousands are on the brink of starvation”

    The island nation of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean continues to suffer from its worst drought in four decades.

    The lack of rain in southern Madagascar has led to crop failure and mass hunger, all said to be driven by climate change. The UN’s World Food Program says that more than a million people don’t have enough food, and tens of thousands are on the brink of starvation.

    Thankfully, we aren’t facing starvation here in the United States right now, but there are reports of “complete crop failures” in certain areas.  For example, just check out this example from Washington state

    “We have had complete crop failures in Benton and Yakima counties,” said Michelle Hennings, executive director of the Washington Association of Wheat Growers.

    Hennings said local yields likely won’t be as disastrous, and they will vary from farm to farm depending on if they have received small pockets of rain here and there.

    But the overall reality is that wheat production will likely be down across the board in the Inland Northwest.

    Conditions have been so dry for so long in some parts of the western half of the country that some communities are actually starting to run out of water.

    This is particularly true in northern California

    In Fort Bragg on the Mendocino Coast, city leaders are rushing to install an emergency desalination system. In Healdsburg, lawn watering is banned with fines of up to $1,000. In Hornbrook, a small town in Siskiyou County, faucets have gone completely dry, and the chairman of the water district is driving 15 miles each way to take showers and wash clothes.

    We have never seen anything quite like this before.

    At this point, authorities in California are warning that there are at least 81 water systems that are facing “critical water supply issues”

    As the state struggles with its worst drought since at least 1977, no one has a complete list of which of the state’s 7,500 public water systems are facing the most severe shortages.

    But in May, officials at the State Water Resources Control Board in Sacramento set out to create one. They called it: “Public water systems likely to have critical water supply issues by the end of August.” It currently includes 81 water systems that serve 132,559 people — from tiny Mammoth Pool Mobile Home Park in the Sierra foothills near Yosemite National Park, to well-known Northern California towns like Ukiah, Lakeport, Bolinas, Healdsburg, Cloverdale and Fort Bragg.

    In northern Mexico, the lack of water is even more serious.

    The endless drought has resulted in a severe lack of vegetation for cattle to eat, and many of them are literally dropping dead

    In the parched hills of southern Sonora, Marco Antonio Gutierrez paced around a clearing, counting the dead.

    There were seven rotting carcasses — jutting ribs and shriveled hides — and two sun-bleached skulls. Nine cows, felled by heat and hunger.

    We have seen this sort of thing happen in the poorest parts of Africa, but it isn’t supposed to happen in North America.

    As a result of this endless “megadrought”, the number of cattle being raised in Sonora has now fallen by almost half

    Two years of extreme drought have turned large stretches of northern Mexico into a boneyard. Between starvation and ranchers forced to prematurely sell or slaughter their livestock, officials say the number of cattle in Sonora has dropped from 1.1 million to about 635,000.

    It’s an unimaginable loss for a state that is world-famous for its high-quality cows, and where beef is not just a central part of the diet and economy but also a tradition that binds families together.

    I could share countless more examples of how the crazy weather is affecting food production around the world, but I don’t want to make this article too long.

    The bottom line is that food production all over the planet is going to be much lower than anticipated, and that has very serious implications for the upcoming year.

    Before I end this article, there is one more news item that I would like to share

    “It’s happening,” scientist Scott Hotaling told a reporter for OPB as he gestured across Paradise Glacier high up on Mount Rainier in Washington.

    He was referencing hundreds of thousands of tiny, black worms emerging from a vast expanse of white snow.

    I have been watching Mount Rainier for a long time, and so this definitely got my attention.

    Are hundreds of thousands of black worms emerging from the ice of Mount Rainier because of the unprecedented heat this summer, or is something else going on?

    I don’t have the answer to that question yet, and I will continue to monitor developments on Mount Rainier very carefully.

    Our planet is changing in highly unusual ways, and despite all of our advanced technology, we are still very vulnerable to extreme weather fluctuations.

    Hopefully, conditions will revert to normal soon because if that doesn’t happen global food supplies are just going to get tighter and tighter in the months ahead.

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      1. Think weather change due to the coming pole shift. starvation will become prevalent long before the shift.

      2. Things are going to get much worse very soon, bad enough that the conditions today will soon look like the good old days.

        Get ready for it, make your decisions on what you will do and how you will go about it now, it will happen fast and there won’t be time to do it when it comes upon you.

        Good luck, may you be among the few who survive.

      3. I favor an independent food supply and independent hiring practices.

        When I do due diligence on these claims of shortages, there will typically be hundreds of other companies, waiting to fill a need, covered by over production.

        Why were you incapable of finding someone with basic study skills?

        All of the work has been done, already. They practically find me. I take credit for nothing, other than posting that for you.

      4. Direct energy weapons have been used against the food supply for the last 4 years. The cdc just sank their own scam battleship. Destruction based on phony test kits. Fauci flip flop lies. Become the really, truly WOKE!!

      5. There is no climate change brought on by man, there is no pole shift…

        This is due to the world forsaking the Lord God.

        Read this verse and tell me otherwise.

        Psalm 9:17 The wicked will be turned to hell and even the nations who forget the Lord God…

        And why…its because the light of the body of Christ is about as bright as a one wick candle sitting in a corner.

        The Christian of the day looks more like a child of the devil the child of the devil.

        Buckle up heathens, its gonna get worse.

        Isaiah 45:6-7
        6 That men may know from the rising to the setting of the sun
        That there is no one besides Me.
        I am the Lord, and there is no other,
        7 The One forming light and creating darkness,
        Causing well-being and creating calamity;
        I am the Lord who does all these.

        • What you’ve said is true, but people don’t want to hear it.

          Christians, at least most of those who call themselves Christians, especially don’t want to hear it.

      6. They’re controlling the weather this isn’t natural

      7. I think they’re drying KKKalifornia up to force a mass exodus of people out.

      8. The Grand Solar Minimum is just getting warmed up!

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