“Commodity grain prices are at record levels because of the 2012 drought in the Midwest, livestock and dairy producers continue to reduce their herds and, as a result, consumers will see higher prices for meat and dairy products in 2013."
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Thomson, IL (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Off The Grid News has released a new free report detailing how families can feed themselves for free as grocery prices continue to rise. The report, called Meat Hunter: How to Feed Your Family With Your Gun, gives readers everything they need to know in order to put food on the table without spending money at the grocery store.
In a recent article published by Purdue Agriculture News, Corinne Alexander, a Purdue University Agricultural Economist, stated, “Commodity grain prices are at record levels because of the 2012 drought in the Midwest, livestock and dairy producers continue to reduce their herds and, as a result, consumers will see higher prices for meat and dairy products in 2013."
With farmers dialing back and prices going up, this 25 page report offers important information such as the difference between meat hunting and trophy hunting, as well as the difference between large game and small game. It even teaches readers how to trap, butcher, and dress kills.
Grocery prices are expected to leap between three percent and four percent in 2013 thanks to droughts and the ever-changing weather patterns throughout 2012.
“In addition to rising prices,” warns Off The Grid News President, Bill Heid, “consumers need to understand that our just-in-time food delivery system means that grocery store shelves could be empty in a matter of hours. We’ve already seen it happen during every major hurricane or snow storm throughout the past several years. In addition, truck driver strikes or other supply-line operations could make food difficult to acquire. This is why we are so focused on teaching basic off-grid skills for feeding families.”
Off The Grid News creates these free reports to help the growing trend of Americans who feel as though we as a nation have ventured far from our roots. These basic off-grid skills Heid refers to are practices that have been around for centuries. These are primitive skills that have been used since the earliest hunter/gathers in history.
Meat Hunter is available at http://www.MeatHunterReport.com. Other free reports on a multitude of subjects can be found at http://www.OffTheGridNews.com. Off The Grid News specializes in offering better ideas for off-the-grid living.