Below is an excerpt from the article. The water is in fact going to dry up. People will in fact be forced to relocate. Massive numbers, and many of them will have to go relatively far east to escape the drought. I hope you do not have to relocate, but if you do, I hope it is easy and exciting for you. Do be prepared to sell your home at a loss if you are leaving a dry area. People aren’t moving into the soon waterless states.
Do you know why Yahuah sends drought? Because it’s slow and serves as a warning for us to follow Him. He gives us time to repent. So is there a whiff of repentance in the USA? No, nary a “drop”. This isn’t a movie or a sensationalist news program. This is actually happening, with real big-league repercussions in store for us all.
“Needless to say, the endless drought is also having a massive impact on agriculture.
Normally Kansas grows more wheat than any other state, but this year fields all over western Kansas are in really bad condition…
This time of year, the wheat growing in this part of western Kansas should be thigh-high and lush green.
But as a months-long drought continues to parch the region, many fields tell a different story.
“There’s nothing out there. It’s dead,” farmer Vance Ehmke said, surveying a wheat field near his land in Lane County. “It’s just ankle-high straw.”
Most of us don’t think much about where our food comes from, but the truth is that if farmers don’t grow it we don’t get to eat.
And right now many wheat fields in western Kansas “look like barren wastelands”…
Across western Kansas, many fields planted with wheat months ago now look like barren wastelands. The gaping spaces between rows of brown, shriveled plants reveal hardened dirt that’s scarred with deep cracks from baking in the sun.
Of all the years for drought to hit western Kansas wheat farmers, it couldn’t have come at a worse time.