The long term solution to great grain prices....is to control access and limit production of those grains. In the lettuce industry, farmers sell enough of their crops, three years in advance to make a nice profit. Until grain farmers begin to sell their grain 3 to 4 years in advance.... to make a nice profit and do not raise anymore than is pre-sold, grain buyers will beat the prices down. What farmer would knowingly plant corn and soybeans for the current prices, if he could have pre-sold less grain for $2 to $3 higher per bushel 3 years ago? Farmers need to stop pushing the land, actually mining the ground to survive, and spend much more time marketing and much less time producing. Those who own the 99% of hogs, chickens, eggs and turkeys, who did not pre-buy grain 3 years in advance would not have feed available to feed their millions of animals.