With what happened in Kentucky there will be major food shortages

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In October, Reuters reported on severe supply difficulties being faced by farmers in Illinois, Kentucky and Kansas. It reported that a large agricultural supplier in Kansas was advising customers, even back then, to order parts for spring planting. An epidemic of machinery theft has also hit these states, with parts being so hard to source.

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Access to steel, plastic, rubber and other raw materials, meanwhile, remains difficult throughout the US. Steel shortages have been made even worse, now that the knock-on effect of power cuts in China in early October are being felt. The outages forced several Chinese smelters to cut back production.

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It has been, quite literally, a perfect storm of supply chain factors.


Things are taking place before your very eyes.



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