Friday, April 04, 2014

Loos Trails and Tales April 4, 2014 Dr. Tony Frazier the State Vet of Alabama gives us summary of the National Institute of Animal Agriculture meeting in Omaha this week

Animal disease and prudent use of antibiotics once again the topic of discussion this week at NIAA annual conference

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Washington, Jefferson, Madison even Lincoln had something to say about Beer. Today on Beer Proof radio.

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Milk meat and eggs required for healthy living

When the researchers looked at supplement use, they found no benefit to taking vitamin D2. But middle-aged and older adults who took another form, vitamin D3 — which is the type found in fish and dairy products and produced in response to sunlight — had an 11 percent reduction in mortality from all causes, compared to adults who did not. In the United States and Europe, it is estimated that more than two-thirds of the population is deficient in vitamin D. In their paper, Dr. Franco and his colleagues calculated that roughly 13 percent of all deaths in the United States, and 9 percent in Europe, could be attributed to low vitamin D levels.

More good news health about the consumption of milk, meat and eggs

Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Disease in Two Big Studies

The new research suggests strongly that blood levels of vitamin D are a good barometer of overall health. But it does not resolve the question of whether low levels are a cause of disease or simply an indicator of behaviors that contribute to poor health, like a sedentary lifestyle, smoking and a diet heavy in processed and unhealthful foods.

Rural Route Radio today with Lt.Col Dennis Foster on the animal rights challenges he is Ex. Dr. of Master Fox Hound Associaton

The fox hunters along with all hunters deal with animal rights challenges daily. Fortunately we have people like Ret Lt Col. Dennis Foster continuing to work in keep our rights. You will enjoy Dennis today talk about hunting with Horses and Hounds.

Thursday, April 03, 2014

Rural Route Radio today with Theresa Manzella and yet I take a couple of minutes to explain why Temple Grandin lost all credibility with me. Theresa is currently running for Montana State House of Reps and we need her to win.

Once a fierce competitor in the horse reining world then running a horse rescue because it was needed now Theresa Manzella is running for public office. This conservative young lady has decided that horse training principle's need to be applied to Government to in particular the word WHOA.

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