Farmers Feed Their Cows And Pigs Leftover Baked Goods, Expired Pet Food Due To Corn Price Surge

From The Daily Caller Whitney Tipton Reporter August 02, 2019 6:14 PM ET High corn prices have made U.S. farmers look for low-cost substitutes for livestock feed including crops from South America, day-old bakery products and expired pet food. A historic spring corn planting delay has driven up local prices of corn, which is used…

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Fraud and corruption bring big payoffs

California judges provide stage for kangaroo court justice over Roundup weedkiller Paul Driessen San Francisco area juries have awarded cancer patients some $80 million each, based on claims that the active ingredient in Roundup weedkiller, caused their cancer – and that Bayer-Monsanto negligently or deliberately failed to warn consumers that the glyphosate it manufactures is…

Solar power from Australia to light up Singapore

From The Asia Times The ambitious project may take more than a decade to finish, but the technology is almost ready ByK.G. Chan The desert outside Tennant Creek in Australia’s Northern Territory may hold the key to addressing Singapore’s future electricity supplies. The world’s largest solar farm that could light up Singapore’s glittering shopping malls…

It pays to explore in times of uncertainty

A study the antifragile crowd, aka Taleb would probably love~ctm To explore or exploit? Fishing vessel records show trade-offs University of California – Davis When making choices, people tend either to go with what they know or try something new. We experience this trade-off every day, whether choosing a route to work or buying breakfast…