I Hate Having to Write this Post!…Please, Please Begin Your Food Storage Today!

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As if that news isn't enough to get you moving consider this… Food commodity prices are soaring. Please remember that food prices and the price of items we must have, such as clothing are based on a world economy, not a national one. I'm sure many of you are aware of the floods in Australia. Did you understand that the area flooded is as big as Texas and New Mexico combined, or in other terms, as big as France and Germany combined? There are 11,000 homes underwater. What does that have to do with anything in the U.S., Canada, or Europe? First, we import beef from Australia. Since herds of cattle have been lost the price will go up. Add to that the fact that the price of corn is skyrocketing and the cattle we produce in the United States eat that corn, thus the price of domestic beef will go up. Then, add to that the cost of fuel to transport that beef to slaughter houses and then to stores. Yes, beef prices are going to go up!

Oh, but Australia also exports large amounts of the world's wool. Well, those animals have been lost too so we know the price of wool will go up but that's not all. Since wool prices will rise the wool will need to be replaced by another fiber so today, cotton trades at the highest price ever…ever! That translates into everything from clothing to upholstery and cotton balls. Did you store those when I asked you to last year? How about TP, that's cotton too!

That may still have you feeling like you won't really be affected too much. Okay…What if I told you there are shortages of corn, sugar, rice, coffee and wheat? It's true and the United States Department of Agriculture has announced that harvest will be short for the next two seasons.

Let's revisit oil prices. Oil is used in everything. According to the U.S. Department of transportation nearly 35 gallons of every 42-gallon barrel of crude oil is used for transportation fuel. The rest goes into the consumer products we use on a daily basis. What, you ask? Guitar strings, Pantyhose, Golf bags, Backpacks, Dentures, Candles, Hair coloring, Aspirin, Footballs, Basketballs and Soccer balls, Food preservatives, Shampoo, Makeup, Bedding, Paint, Bandages, Dishes, Flooring, even Heart valves.

Oil prices are at $92.00 a barrel today. The all time high was $147.00 a barrel. Experts tell us if prices rise to that level again, and they are going up each day, we can expect consumer goods to go up by 60%.

There are already places where rioting is taking place due to lack of food and escalating food prices. Could that happen here? What do you think? Do you remember the rioting after jury decisions elements of the public disagreed with? If they would riot over that what do you think they would do if their children were hungry? We in the United States, Canada and many other nations are spoiled. As a nation we have not been hungry, really hungry. We have not been homeless. Really homeless.

I will end as I began. I am hopeful. I hope these forecasts are wrong. I hope oil prices go down. I hope the weather in the U.S. improves and we have huge harvests, but…I am preparing as though the worst may happen. I hope you are doing the same.

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3 Responses to “I Hate Having to Write this Post!…Please, Please Begin Your Food Storage Today!”

  1. Jeni says:

    With the current disasters in Australia, living here (in West Australia) has reinforced many areas of preparation for me – grab & go kits (particularly with copies of precious photos & documents) as people have lost homes in fires in West Australia and through floods in Queensland. Some people had a little time to prepare to leave in Qld, others had none. Some people are cut off by floods in their own homes & need food & other supplies. Stores that people can reach have run out of fresh produce, frozen vegetables, milk, baby formula & other vital supplies – apparently toilet paper always gets sold out in a crisis. So many lessons for us there. One storekeeper said how a couple with a young baby came to buy formula & there was none available ; can't even begin to imagine how desperate they were feeling. With the floods starting to go down in some areas, communities are getting together & pooling their resources & also setting up barter lists for food . Trucks can't get through to deliver supplies, electricity was cut off for long periods, water has to be boiled to drink………in some places no amount of preparation would have helped but in others it definitely would. Sorry this is a long post but its very close to my heart right now. Thank you for all you do to help us be prepared.

  2. Carolyn says:

    Jeni, Thank you so much for your note. My prayers are with all of you in Australia. The pictures on the news here are so frightening. Please share with us what you have learned and please ask others to share also. We need to learn from those who have witnessed disasters first hand. I love the idea of barter lists. It is good to know people are being civilized and helping each other. As for TP. I always have lots…of that on hand because for me that is a must and I know I can barter for anything with a supply. Thank you again.

  3. Carole says:

    I definitely agree we in the U.S. are spoiled/insulated from what much of the world must endure in day to day life. Even news is not really news anymore- it's gossip about the entertainment idols. We are in for a rude awakening if we are not prepared physically, mentally and especially spiritually. The floods of Australia are a wake up call to us. I'm just thinking a major earthquake in Cal. or in the midwest (long forgotten are the 1811-1812 earthquakes of New Madrid MO that made the Mississippi River run backwards and was felt on the East coast), would send a shockwave that could cripple our nation not unlike what happened in Haiti. The majority of our country is not prepared for and would never expect something like that to happen here.
    Thank you for your warnings and practical guidance on preparing  for foreseeable minor and major events. It just might make a major event into a survivable one and even being able to help others in a time of need.

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