This has been weighing on me for many, many months and I have to just get it off my chest. I see so many YT channels who put themselves up as "experts" who use the word sustainable to describe their homestead. These are the same people who are going to the feed store twice a week to fill their trucks, utes, vans etc with grain, hay and brag about the exotic feed additives they feed their livestock. I've been tracking grain and crop failures across the globe and what the MSM isn't telling you is that grain prices are steady because of stockpiles from previous harvests are held in silo's and grain bunkers across the planet. There hasn't been a grain producing nation on earth that hasn't been hit with significant crop losses. Ruminate on that for a second and let it sink in. What grain that has been produced from these damaged crops are so contaminated by mycotoxins (a chemical produced from molds) that it is rendered unfit for animal feed let alone human consumption. It's going to become very apparent in a very short amount of time that people are not going to be able to afford to buy feed for their animals if it's available at all. Animals are going to starve because their well meaning owners can't afford to feed them OR they simply haven't planned to produce their own livestock fodder in what ever shape that takes. Cell/ rotational grazing is good and well but what happens when there's 2 + foot of snow on the ground and the grain at the feed store is of the poorest possible quality and so expensive that you have to choose between buying it or putting fuel in the car? I'm NOT an alarmist but a realist and the truth about the world's grain stores is just not getting out to main stream. I guess in order not to panic the sheeple. I know that I, for one, would rather be told the truth so I can prepare rather than have the comfort of a a pleasant lie.