Thursday, January 28, 2021

USDA and FDA Sign MOU on Animal Biotech Regulations Pierre, SD, USA / DRGNews Jody Heemstra Jan 20, 2021 8:37 AM

The Department of Agriculture and Food and Drug Administration signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a regulatory environment at USDA for agricultural animal biotechnology innovation. The agreement allows USDA to lead animal biotech regulatory framework. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue stated the effort “clears a path to bring our regulatory framework into the 21st century.” The MOU outlines responsibilities concerning the regulation of certain animals developed using genetic engineering intended for agricultural purposes. The MOU complements USDA’s issuance of an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on the Movement of Animals Modified or Developed by Genetic Engineering on December 28, 2020. Under this framework, USDA would safeguard animal and human health by providing end-to-end oversight from pre-market reviews through post-market food safety monitoring for certain farm animals modified or developed using genetic engineering intended for human food. The MOU also allows for the transition of portions of FDA’s pre-existing animal biotechnology regulatory oversight to USDA.

Link the Loos Tales Jan 29, 2021 radio broadcast on the topic. 


Rural Route Radio Jan 28, 2021 The learning environment for students in a the COVID era clearly is not understood. Iowa teacher Brandi Reeves with details.


Jenny Schweigert and Brandi Reeves join today as we most discuss the challenges and lack of education that is coming from virtual school. We also spend a few minutes in disagreement on adoption of animal from the shelter.

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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Loos Tales for Jan 28, 2021 Today from the Nebraska State Capitol Doug Oertwich on the opportunities chickens created to bring a son back to farm

Nebraska has a run away property tax problem and today we are at the state capitol trying to fix it. Although through it all this Nebraska farm family has diversified their farming operation to remain sustainable.  

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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Loos Tales for Jan 27, 2021 Lets just be clear, in 2021 if you don't know where your revenue is at breeding time you might be in trouble


No farm/ranch is sustainable without profitability. We have heard about bottlenecks, lack of labor and cost of compliance but the truth of the matter is in 2021 you really need to know what market you are producing for at breeding time, or roll the dice.

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I shot a buck today in Sherman County, Nebraska.


Loos Tales for Jan 26, 2021 Good news on the beef and pork trade front from Taiwan.


The U.S. Meat Expo Federation has news this week that really is what we need to get back to, marketing U.S. farm products globally. Good news on the front of beef and pork this week.

Rural Route Radio Jan 26, 2021 Jay Truitt is back with an update on the U.S. government is suppose to work, and not work. Oh and England digs up dead guy to convict.


In our weekly Across the Pond version of Rural Route with Andrew Henderson and Jay Truitt we do very deep dive into the mechanics of today's political system. Really it all boils down to too many spectators instead of participants.

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Many health officials have said this virus is unlike any other, here is insight into why.

They collected samples of bat feces in a bat cave in China, Hilton explained, adding that they found novel coronaviruses in the bat feces, and then they infected human cells with them. Here's the most important part, Hilton explained, "The genetic changes they made in the lab unlocked a highly specific doorway into the human body—the virus that causes COVID-19 uses that same exact same doorway!"

Monday, January 25, 2021

Dakota Trails and Tales Jan 25, 2021 Marty on Monday says very clearly, if you are worried about the time you live in, find Jesus


A great discussion from currency, to vaccination to Jesus to what are the Feds and Bill Gates up to now. Marty profound like never before.

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Across the Pond Jan 25, 2021 A weekend of massive information, overload actually.


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Rural Route Radio Jan 25, 2021 Hank Vogler on the illegal activity of the Southern Nevada Water Authority and a smattering of history


Why are the wealthiest among us purchasing land regularly? Well Hank Vogler and myself walk down a couple of paths loaded with theories. 

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Loos Tales Jan 25, 2021 Dr Ted Fogarty with concern on why hyperbaric treatment is not being used to save millions of lives. #CovidCure

Dr. Fogarty shares with us that hyperbaric treatment is currently approved for 14 different medical interventions, yet not COVID-19, WHY?

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No matter how busy you think you are, give 3.39 minutes to Diamond Rio.

Sunday, January 24, 2021

Agriculture which is our wisest pursuit

So I have frequently observed this quote from Jefferson but I found the entire letter to Washington on 14th August 1787. It is a foreshadowing on where we are now.

But in the first place no war can be safe for us which threatens France with an unfavourable issue. And in the next, it will probably embark us again into the ocean of speculation, engage us to overtrade ourselves, convert us into Sea-rovers under French and Dutch colours, divert us from Agriculture which is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals and happiness. The wealth acquired by speculation and plunder is fugacious in it's nature and fills society with the spirit of gambling. 

Clearly it is time for stock dogs to round up corrupt politicians. Claire is ready

Farmers are the solution

House Bill H.R.1 introduced a creates path for constant voter fraud.

Democrats introduce their first bill in the House: H.R.1 - The bill that will destroy America. Nationwide mail-in voting, banning restrictions on ballot harvesting, banning voter ID, criminal voters,DC Statehood roadwork, it's all in here. 

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"I thought this was simply a  nursery rhyme:  how could one bake living birds in a pie? I discovered that royalty and the upper class, ...