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Why is wheat so high priced?

Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by keepitlow, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. keepitlow

    keepitlow New Member

    Oct 22, 2009
    Wheat skyrocketed to $12 to $24 per bushel depending on the variety a few years ago. But wheat prices have since come back down to earth on the spot market.



    As of today, one 60 pound bushel of wheat cost $5.25, so the cost per pound is about 8.75 cents. OK, this is the price per bushel for large contracts on the commodity exchange. But even then, should a 50 pound sack of wheat jump from a pro rata $4.38 for 50 pounds up to $32 to $55 for 50 pounds as many bulk sellers retail the wheat for? That is a HUGE, HUGE markup. Bottom line...wheat jumps from .0875 cents per pound up to .64 cents to $1.10 per pound.



    I can buy decent stone ground whole wheat for less than it cost to buy grain and grind it myself. But we have to remember this was how it was with many poor countries that the World Bank has taken under its thumb.

    Haiti for example. They used to be totally self sufficient rice producers then the US imports subsidized rice and their farms can't compete so go bust. They lose all rice production abilities and now are dependent on the US for its rice. Almost same scenario with Jamaica and their milk production.



    Anyway, what is your take on all this? Is all this markup due to the trendy survivalists craze for wheat? Or are wheat dealers just trying to get in on the Wall Street / Big Bankers greed wagon?

  2. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

    Dec 14, 2003
    I dont know for sure but i believe there are globalists that are running everything and all of the weird things going on are done by them to make them money.

  3. petesusn

    petesusn New Member

    Sep 21, 2009
    San Joaquin Valley, Ca.
    You may just be right with your statement Mike. And it's not just about wheat. There are many other commodities involved.
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