Saturday, February 06, 2010

BBC: Only 1-in-4 believe in man-made global warming

As the second 20-inch snowstorm hits Washington in 6 weeks (December’s snow was the 5th deepest in over 150 years), Americans wave goodbye to the idiotic theory of man-made global warming. The 21st century’s phrenology has collapsed under the weight of its own lies and well, these 20-inch snowstorms.

To anyone foolish enough to trot out the tired it’s-weather-not-climate argument, I recycle my 6-week-old response. Ever notice it is the rich heirs to political thrones — Al Gore Jr., Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and Prince Charles — who are attracted to this myth?

Belief in man-made global warming is down to 26% in England, BBC News reported, citing a Populus poll of 1,001 Britons.

Friday, February 05, 2010

Troy Hadrick Vail, SD has done it... Awesome watch this video on YouTube.
Loos Urges Farmers to Take Their Message to the Streets
Marilyn Hershey
Southeastern Pa. Correspondent
EAST EARL, Pa. — Trent Loos, a sixth-generation Nebraskan rancher and radio show host, challenged nearly 200 attendees to take a stand and defend agriculture.
Loos delivered his message Monday at a meeting sponsored by Renaissance Nutrition at Shady Maple Smorgasbord.

From his travels around the U.S., Loos said that most consumers “don’t have a clue that it takes a farm to make food.” He is often approached by people asking him if he is a “real cowboy.” He stressed the importance of our neighbors understanding that “everything lives, everything dies and death with a purpose gives full meaning to life.”

On the wake of an ABC broadcast that portrayed dairy farmers as cruel to their animals, Loos’s message held extra significance. He said that Americans have a distant view of farming but no understanding of agriculture as a business.

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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

So what do you think the odds of this are? My "ole buddy" Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and I both spoke in Lewisburg, PA yesterday. I have not seen him for 5 years but we picked it up like it was just yesterday we were traveling the country together.

Click here to listen to how it went

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

After Renaissance Nutrition meeting in East Earl Dr. Tim Synder and I went over to New Holland Livestock to watch some goats sell. The premier goat market in the East.

I have hit the jackpot on eating joints in the past week this is Shady Maple Smorgasboard in East Earl, PA. Right next to New Holland and their one day record for number of people served is???????? 10,451 WOW

Okay getting caught up on pictures from this weeks trip. This is on Sunday and the only good thing about Chicago O'Hara airport
Pork better than Viagara? Argentina's President swears by it.

Argentina President Cristina Fernandez gave pork a hell of a plug, saying she knows from personal experience that the other white meat greatly enhances sexual activity, the Associated Press reported.

"I didn't know that eating pork improved sexual activity," Fernandez said in a meeting with representatives of the swine industry late Wednesday. "It is much more gratifying to eat some grilled pork than to take Viagra."

Okay this is no secret to me and is scientifically based. Link here to read my column last summer on the benefit to pork consumption to your sex life and overall blood health.

Article in Feedstuffs Foodlink

And you don't want to read the whole piece here is the important part..

“Nitric oxide or nitric oxcide was known for many years as a toxic air pollutant expelled from car exhaust. You can imagine the impact of the story when it was discovered that such a gaseous molecule is produced in our body. Even more remarkable is the fact that such a gas is produced within our body to serve as a signal for cell to cell communication or for the transduction of nerve impulses,” said Ignarro. Nitric oxcide regulates blood pressure, causes penile erection, and controls the action of almost every cell in our body, he said. The human immune system also uses nitric oxide in fighting viral, bacterial and parasitic infections, and tumors.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

What a treat at the 2010 Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio, TX my mentor Baxter Black stopped by the Cattlemen's Choice Loomix booth to say hello. He actually had a lot more to say but that is between me and him. Thanks for everything Baxter.

Okay I am a little bit behind on posting my daily photos but it was an incredible week. Tuesday and Wednesday I was in Jackson MS with the MS Farm Bureau and President David Waide at their livestock symposium. Click here to read my column in Feedstuffs about "Mule Headed Farmer"