Friday, January 16, 2015

For those that want a real look inside a modern barn not a Chipolte marketing gimmick read this post

Chipotle: There is no pork shortage

Minnesota Farm Living
By Wanda Patsche | 01/15/15
It seems there is a pork shortage at Chipotle. Or at least that is what was announced today. According to Chipotle, one of their pork suppliers has violated their housing agreement for pigs. The company demands that its suppliers raise pigs in "humane conditions with access to the outdoors, rather than in cramped pens." So, because the supplier violated the pig housing agreement, Chipotle will not purchase their pork, which is resulting in a pork shortage in over 1700 locations in the U.S. Here is a picture of a pig pen in our barn.  Do you think they look cramped? And as you read on, you find out there is NO pork shortage. 

Full story link here

http://www.minnpost.com/minnesota-blog-cabin/2015/01/chipotle-there-no-pork-shortage

Chipolte marketing gimmick under investigation

Today in Chipolte business. I am teaming up with a "National News" source to find "said pig farm". This network knows everyone who raises pigs in the U.S. if said farm exist we want to know who it is. So please continue research and find out if it is total scam. Save you the trouble Niman Ranch Pork Company has already said it is not their system. HELP PLEASE

Trent Loos

Thursday, January 15, 2015

With this bacon consumption in Ness County hog prices should go up tomorrow.

Yet another great evening in Rural Kansas....good luck finding us.

This is why the Chipolte pork marketing gimmick is worth some time investment



​All major print news sources this week have printed "news" that burrito shop Chipolte is short on pork supplies and is not serving carnitas until further notice.

Here is below news brief USA Today refers to it as "animal abuse"

"This is fundamentally an animal welfare decision, and is rooted in our ... the perceived high quality of its food and its rigid standards on animal abuse.

Tons more news outlets doing the same thing.

So what was the "abuse" you ask?

They say one supplier did not provide the pigs with enough bedding and access to the outdoors. Pig farmer was not named. 

Granted a food company can establish there own set of specs for food sales but when it is commonly referred to as animal abuse that pigs don't have access to outdoors when the outdoors is to freaking cold for the pig to even want to go out we should be troubled. And how does Chipolte know how much bedding a pig needs. Do they have science? I bed pigs every week and I am not sure what enough is.

So I encourage all who agree with me that we smell a rat here to simply find out which stores are serving and not serving pork right now. Drive up, walk in, make a phone call I don't care but don't spend one dime with these marketing manipulators.

Thanks and I look forward to the results.

Trent Loos

Monday, January 12, 2015

First I verified it... now I say Damn Straight.

DON CHERRY, Canadian Hockey Commentator for CBC Television,
was asked on a local live radio talk show, what he thought about the
allegations of torture of suspected terrorists. His reply prompted his ejection from the studio, but to thunderous applause from the audience.

 

HIS STATEMENT:


"If hooking up one rag head terrorist prisoner's testicles to a car battery to get the truth out of the lying little camel shagger will save just one Canadian or American life, then I have only three things to say:

'Red is positive, black is negative, and make sure his nuts are wet."