Commentary By: Gordon King
As men, women, and children are starving to death in Africa and other parts of the world, farmers around the globe are stock piling tons of grain due to bumper crops and a glut in the market. Grain prices have fallen sharply and the supply of grain has overwhelmed farmers with the problem of somehow trying to store it all with the hopes of one day being able to sell it at a fair price.
Iowa farmer Karl Fox is drowning in corn.
Reluctant to sell his harvest at today’s rock-bottom prices, he has stuffed storage bins at hisThis post was originally published on this site