Why American Farmers are Killing Themselves In Record Numbers


Growing up on a farm among “plain folks”, death was an all too common event. Be it children run over by farm machinery, or even in one rare instance the presence of methane gas in the family’s manure pit. Or at least that is what I was told. Who really knows what all unfolded outside the scrutiny of the watchful eye of the authorities.

But across rural America, another completely different epidemic is sweeping the farmlands. Former farmer Debbie Weingarten shares a stunning insight into the quiet tragedy slowly sweeping through the farmlands.

Small town farmers and self-sufficiency alike are no longer compatible with the trajectories of the modern world.

Whereas you’ll never hear Monsanto speak out, or any murmurs of this in the mega-farm secret meetings, there is a massive crisis taking out the small farmer.

Continue to the next page to read the rest of this devastating report threatening the U.S. food supply as we know it

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