Trend Change in CORN?

Massive volume inflows into CORN suggest that crop failures, grand solar minimum and controlled demolition of the food supply are all coming to fruition.

iStock-1019396932As reported by Ice Age Farmer at this link, the earth is cooling so rapidly that northern grow areas for corn aren’t warm enough on a go-forward basis, to mature the harvest.

There aren’t enough heat units (known as ‘growing degree days’) to mature the crop, plain and simple.

The result is crop failures on an unprecedented scale.

Couple that with planned, controlled demolition of processing capability; whether it’s not enough harvesting manpower, not enough transportation vehicles, drivers, or whatever excuse can be conjured up, the availability and supply of corn is being crushed.

Corn futures look to have made a long-term bottom and are pivoting to the up-side.


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