Yeah, I bought a bunch of non-gmo seeds years ago. All in vacuum sealed bags. It's there if I need it. And I have a collection of books. Some natural medicinal, some on animal husbandry. Some on homemade crafts: weaving...heck it's been so long since I looked at them I can't remember what they contain anymore. But they are there.
I've actually thought of that too. I am going to start buying seeds wherever I see them, and stash them away in a safe place until we need them. I've been reading survival sites for years.. and have quietly picked up a few things here and there. I don't have a bug out bag packed but I'm aware that eventually we will need them.
on to product shortages - it may seem trivial to some, but you can't get chlorine anywhere lately either, and if you do, the prices have sky rocketed.
I'm not sure if I've watched it or not. I know I've heard of it. I will look into it and see what there is to see. Like I said previously, I mostly go to preparedness sites and read and learn from them. Sometimes shows are little overboard or come off as fanatical at times.
First, a big ship got stuck in the Suez Canal; then prices for commodities such as lumber surged as a result of the demand for new housing; and then a cyberattack cut off the East Coast’s gasoline supply. Now it looks like there could be a meat shortage in the United States thanks to another cyberattack, this time on a Brazilian beef firm. link
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