Is This The Real Reason Egg Prices Are So High….
Inflation is rising everywhere, but nowhere more than in eggs!
You know, the kind of thing that chickens are supposed to lay dozens of times a day?
If you’ve been to a grocery store in the last 90 days, you’ll know that prices have suddenly skyrocketed.
So, why is this the case?
I have a couple of responses.
Here's why Egg prices are so high!
— DailyNoah.com (@DailyNoahNews) January 26, 2023
Let’s hope this isn’t true. But anything is possible these days. pic.twitter.com/T1pxiW5rw8
— KeriA (@KeriA1776again) January 22, 2023
Those are known as eyewitness accounts!
But now let’s delve a little deeper…
Take a look at these reports:
We had the same problem with purchased feed from Tractor Supply.
We started mixing our own feed & eggs areback on the menu.
— O. Ba (@ramopatriot) January 26, 2023
Today I’ve spoken with over 25 families in 6 states who have had their egg production completely cease, w/the exception of four.
All four switched their feed in the last month.
I shared my findings w/the other 21.
I believe this isn’t an accident, just another “coincidence”.
— Jason “Storm Chaser” Nelson (@Storm4Congress) January 26, 2023
It’s all over Facebook too:
The big poultry groups on FB are talking about this, too. Many are pointing to commercial feed from Tractor Supply. We were having the same issue buying from a local mill though, and switched mills last summer and chickens are now laying 16 to 18 eggs daily w 25 hens.🐓
— ChoppergirlMT (@OpsUh1) January 26, 2023
Reports from all over the country, have one common theme:
We noticed as well around Halloween went to 0 eggs. Our feed is from Tractor Supply. Started free ranging as a supplement & everything changed. I just thought chicken's were happier. Would have never considered the feed changed. I 100% believe this is true based on our 7 chickens pic.twitter.com/G777ZIi8To
— KellySue (@KerrvilleKelly) January 25, 2023
My 3 chickens stop laying eggs for a year when I bought feed from tractor supply, I switched and they started laying eggs again
— Raydo 🇺🇸 (@Brubroz) January 25, 2023
Tractor supply has WEF chick feed that is causing chickens to not lay eggs. Trying to find out the brand!! Bioengineered. https://t.co/qF4JAXtCjl
— LuLu 🇺🇸☘️🙏🏻 (@lmgh1953) January 26, 2023
Confirmed and corroborated:
Corroborated by others, that the popular “Producer’s Pride” chicken feed sold by the Tractor Supply chain has been recently altered and that its new formulation is causing chickens to stop laying eggs. Some suggest a deliberate reduction in the amount of protein in the feed.
— Cats-Eye (@CATZPRIDE) January 26, 2023
The Gateway Pundit reported:
Online claims have emerged, corroborated by others, that the popular “Producer’s Pride” chicken feed sold by the Tractor Supply chain has been recently altered and that its new formulation is causing chickens to stop laying eggs. Some suggest a deliberate reduction in the amount of protein in the feed may be causing the reduction in egg production.
Hens do lay fewer eggs in the winter time due to reduced sunlight. Farmers have often used a light to expose hens to longer light so as to produce more egg-laying. Yet farmer sources report that they are seeing a much-greater-than-normal reduction in egg production, to the point where many report that hens are laying zero eggs instead of merely a reduced laying frequency. There is no word on whether this is a temporary or a permanent change among Tractor Supply feed.
This news comes as chicken and egg prices reach historic highs, caused in part by Avian Flu, but also as rampant inflation under the Biden regime causing prices to erratically jump among suppliers and subsequently among common consumer products. Egg prices have gone from $1.71 per dozen 18 months ago to an average over $7 per dozen today.
Not all hen layer feeds seem to be affected. In a quote to the Gateway Pundit, spokeswoman for Nature’s Best Organic Feeds Courtney Price said, “there have been absolutely no changes to our premium feed formulas” and that they have not heard any customer criticisms or complaints about their non-GMO chicken feed products. Price continued, “We pride ourselves here at Kreamer Feed on premium nutrition for animals nationwide, and all of the products in our organic, non-GMO brand Nature’s Best Organic Feeds line is no exception.”
The U.S. poultry feed market is $5 billion per year. Two of the most popular chicken feeds available for, and marketed to, backyard chicken homesteaders are “Producer’s Pride” owned by the Tractor Supply corporation and the “Dumor” brand owned by Purina.
These two layer feeds seem to be the primary brands mentioned by those experiencing chicken flocks who suddenly stop laying eggs.
Recent reports of chickens not laying comes in the wake of ongoing public concerns that the World Economic Forum is artificially causing food scarcity. The WEF has been widely criticized for repeatedly encouraging citizens to eat bugs in lieu of animal protein.
Tractor Supply’s CEO is Hal Lawton, based in Nashville, Tennessee. Tractor Supply is a publicly-listed company with $13 billion in annual revenue, 46,000 employees, and 2,003 locations in 49 U.S. states. Tractor Supply is specifically marketed to more rural Americans, where their company tagline is “for life out here.”
Tractor Supply has a board of directors composed of 10 individuals. One of them, Joy Brown, is a former executive for Vanguard, an index fund with $5 trillion under management. The three big index funds, Vanguard, BlackRock, and State Street, substantially financially support the World Economic Forum for the western world, and sources say also for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization for the eastern world.
These various funds are also behind the “social credit” and “ESG” left-wing movements among corporate America to force businesses into left-wing economic and cultural compliance. Another current Tractor Supply board member, Thomas Kingsbury, bragged about implementing ESG initiatives while an executive at Kohl’s.
Another Tractor Supply board member Andre Hawaux is a former executive with ConAgra, which has been criticized for using genetically modified organisms to change the genetic composition of its foods which dissident voices say causes sterility.
One Wyoming farmer described ConAgra to the Gateway Pundit as ‘a bunch of crooks’ that make seeds for farmers that eventually go sterile, and also make the soil sterile. Part of their motivation, he says, is to use gene splicing which is, he says, “bad for both plants and humans.” ConAgra and other companies were widely criticized 20 years ago for developing sterile seeds on purpose, which critics labelled ‘suicide seeds’ or ‘terminator seeds’, that would stop seeds from reproducing so as to force farmers to continually buy seeds only from licensed distributors rather than growing their own replacements.
Have you ever wondered why EGGS, of all things, have recently become so expensive?
Yes, I am aware that inflation is increasing.
But why are egg prices suddenly so high?
According to this graph, they are the third highest riser, trailing only gasoline and airfare:
Price growth is no longer confined to sectors impacted by the pandemic. Inflation is everywhere. My @Morning_Joe chart: pic.twitter.com/r85AOCep9y
— Steven Rattner (@SteveRattner) June 13, 2022
So, what’s the deal?
Many left-wing pundits blame the “bird flu” for the situation.
However, non-poindexter free thinkers recognize that it is likely due to the fact that we slaughtered all the chickens and destroyed all the processing plants.
Here’s a zoom-in to read the full list:
Of course, we’ve been covering this from the beginning…
When you destroy millions of chickens, and also the facilities where they are raised and processed, is it any wonder chickens and eggs are scarce and suddenly expensive?