Friday, January 09, 2015

The irony of the world today as I save the bacon, or Spam

As I sit with this first litter gilt assisting her farrowing I am reading a terribly misleading article about the abuse to make Spam.

First I wipe every pig dry at birth with a towell. Then assist the little turds with there first meal.

If this is abuse I WANT SOME

Thursday, January 08, 2015

U.S. Mayor issue the annual Hunger and Homeless report. Two LowLights listed here

Memphis had the worst hunger problem of the 25 cities examined in the U.S. Conference of Mayors' new report: 46% of the requests for emergency food assistance in Tennessee's largest city—almost half—were being unmet. 

San Francisco is among the worst for hunger: 37% of the requests for emergency food assistance in San Francisco went unmet in the last year (compared to 15% in Denver or 10% in Charlotte, NC). 




Wednesday, January 07, 2015

USDA has proven managed cattle grazing improves plant diversity yes Dietary Committee chooses to ignore

 "Plant diversity is highest when high numbers of plant species are combined with a more even distribution of production among species," the ARS report said. "(Richard H.) Hart and his colleagues found 46 species of plants on the moderately grazed land, compared to 43 under heavy grazing and 36 under light grazing."



SCIENTISTS STUDY IMPACT OF CATTLE ON PASTURE, RANGELAND


Tuesday, January 06, 2015

USDA/HHS are about to screw up human health for the worse.

Drew Ramsey is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and is co-author of "The Happiness Diet." He wrote this in the New York Times:

"Meat, fish and eggs are our only concentrated dietary sources of vitamin D, vitamin B12, omega-3 fats (which play a huge role in brain health), heme-iron (which increases the absorption of iron from vegetables) and conjugated linoleic acid, which appears to fight cancer and heart disease."


​Dr. Arthur Beaudet, professor and chair of Molecular and Human Genetics at the Baylor College of Medicine, is one of the leading scientists looking at autism in children.

"My work clearly shows that kids who eat beef early in life have a lower incidence of autism than those who do not. Human breast milk and even infant formula are excellent sources of carnitine but when we transition infants to solid food, we often feed primarily pureed vegetables and cereal, leaving a real void for carnitine production in the body."

Mercury in vaccines not to blame for Autism

Seriously how many lives have been screwed up because parents did not vaccinate their kids because they were told it causes autism? 

Far too many when you read this...

Monday, January 05, 2015

Irish Beef headed to U.S. Damien O'Reilly explains

Ireland Department of Agriculture announces Irish beef headed to U.S. Damien O'?Reilly shares the story

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Very interesting beef story from UK.

This picture truly shows the difference between EU beef production and a corn fed U.S. beef system. Don't they know that intramuscular fat (marbling) is the heart healthy Omega 3 fat?



Photos: Butcher's tips on what makes a top beef carcass

Literally behind the scenes