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Think food prices are high now -- things could get much worse.
According to a new report by the time Tracy Byrnes makes her maiden voyage to a target superstore corn is gonna sell for about 42 dollars and ear.
Tuesday and Tracy is here Tuesdays and Tracy is a long term -- you rewrite all your scripts are just the ones that pertain to.
That is gonna write a particularly that it -- -- making fun of you some of that on the -- Never been to a target now they do you think he'll be surprised that it is a long term view but it still kind of alarming when you talk -- I think it to -- scary yet although.
It's -- fancy take -- -- sought international aid agencies basically saying that in twenty years the price of corn and -- they blamed him completely in the fact that our crops are not yielding any -- status while.
And of course it kind of changes of the weather is a big unknown at this point.
But this bothers me Lori and her body to -- your mother.
925 million people are hungry right now it will be a billion before the end of the year and so what Sox -- -- saying that we don't do something.
This is going to get worse by 2050.
The demand for food will be up another seven.
And again for production is not changing because crops -- not yielding anymore and we know that.
There's only so much rain and -- we know hedge funds are buying -- now because it's it's.
Hot commodity and they're planting corn for ethanol exactly -- for food so what are the suggestions after because we know we're seeing this explosion of the Democrats who want.
Meet you want real he's got to blame high end commodity traders and they're saying that we need to regulate -- prices -- -- back.
Certainly has something to do with it but it's also on the production side that we need to start thinking about it and maybe.
We have to really have a series comes -- -- now.
Yet they did talk about any subsidies or -- -- like that about a bomb with that.
Investing in smaller farms too because as you were saying there's -- is almost -- corporations are going out there buying up all this land.
And we internationally around the globe they're smaller farms that certainly contributed feeding.
All these the billions of people that are hungry.
Right and you know we talk about Timmy doing some micro lending maybe -- you know it wouldn't be so terrible if you have these companies start to make loans to the farmers farmers could use the help -- sensitive subsidized and that way.
Let's cut out the ethanol subsidy micro lending that's actually great idea connect and we you know we could solve the world's problems and I think that's doing -- -- appreciate it.
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