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WATCH: National Black Farmers Association President: “Food Shortage Coming…”


National Black Farmers Association President John Boyd Jr. didn’t mince words and said a food shortage is likely coming.

Boyd Jr. blasted the Biden Administration for failing to take swift action to prevent food shortages in the United States.

American farmers continue getting squeezed by sky-rocketing fertilizer prices and diesel fuel costs.

“When you say there’s going to be food shortages, are we talking about things like what we see from Venezuela or from Cuba or from Russia, where if you go to the grocery store, is it that they’re out of Honey Nut Cheerios or are they out of all cereal?” NewsNation host Leland Vitter asked John Boyd Jr.

“Well, most people don’t know corn for instance is in Corn Flakes and corn syrup, soybeans are in all sorts of products that wind up in your local grocery stores,” Boyd Jr. responded.

“For so long we’ve had and enjoyed lots of food in this country so we’ve never, ever faced a food shortage and I think that that’s coming in the coming months. The Biden Administration — that I’ve been urging to take more swift action still hasn’t taken the action that I believe that is needed.”


Yet, Biden continues to blame Putin and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as the culprit for the coming food shortages.

Here’s more…

Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lummis has issued this warning about high diesel prices:

“Diesel prices are so high that some crops aren’t even worth harvesting.”

Commentator Mike Cernovich says:

“I’ve never said anything like this before: Food shortages will hit the US next year.”

Another analyst says food shortages will start earlier — in September.


From the video:

“As of June, here is the current change in production of key crops this year compared to last year. So take a look at these charts the first one is rice production is down 0.33 percent year over year. Wheat is down 0.72 percent. Barley is down 1.55 percent. Corn is down 2.49 percent. Oats, they’re down 10.8 percent. Soybeans they’re down 12.3 percent.

Now listen some of these statistics they don’t sound too bad. So for example the wheat production that’s down less than one percent right? However you have to keep in mind that with countries banning the export of many crops and the Russia-Ukraine war, supply chain problems and logistics — they’ve gone from bad to worse.

Therefore at this very moment the world needs production to be up substantially to make up for all these challenges. And that is not the case. Production has not been increasing production has been falling so this is not good.”

He also highlights problems with fertilizer for farmers.

Here’s the fertilizer situation in a nutshell:

The best way to be prepared for food shortages is:

— Have a full pantry

— Plant your own garden

— Get to know local farmers

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