mark guildenzoph 02/13/2014 @ 11:32am
That might be the most ridiculous prediction I've ever heard. With rent prices sky rocketing, fertilizer and seed cost not far behind, and fuel as well as operating costs overwhelming. Good luck trying to find anybody willing to grow them nobody works for free . Bad enough there is middle class anymore now your pushing for the assurance that there never will be.
chad borman 02/13/2014 @ 2:44pm
Its because these idiots at the usda and the cbot want farmers to fail. They have no idea about farming they just sit behind a desk.
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