Friday, February 26, 2021

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Across the Pond Feb 26, 2021 On this day in history the lives of Andrew & Trent changed forever

Taking a look at history always gives a good glimpse of the future. What Trent and Andrew did one year ago forever changed their world. #BallFarmJustice and #BehavioralHealth

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Rural Route Radio Feb 26, 2021 Just like old times Celeste Settrini/Kim Bremmer join the program and talk about different attitudes on beef and COVID

It has been a very long time since we had the opportunity to catch up with Celeste Settrini from Salinas, CA. We hit the highs and lows of consumer perceptions and COVID mandates. Kim Bremmer on the hand has just become an advisor to The White House.


Thursday, February 25, 2021

Rural Route Radio Feb 25, 2021 Eric Showalter has spent a life time in the automobile industry, but yet in diesel (perception) we find a concern for future of beef

On this Thursday "We the People" with Jenny Schweigert we invite Eric Stowalter from Michigan to discuss the ins and out of the automobile industry. Most importantly he is a cancer survivor and we need to celebrate that human success. 

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Across the Pond Feb 25, 2021 Judge Henderson from Cheshire #BallFarmJustice and Hiram Revels


Rumble — Why as a student of history did it take me so long to find a historic hero like Hiram Revels? Additionally have you heard about the class action lawsuit for Covid19 murders around the world? Judge Henderson with details.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Loos Tales Special Report Feb 24, 2021 Quick Dick McDick from Saskatchewan with great badger advice

Quick Dick McDick started a whole new career, well another phase with one day gathering firewood with Big Mustache AL

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Loos Tales for Feb 24, 2021 The FFA Creed by E.M. Tiffany written in 1930 holds so much promise of better day through better ways. All should live by it

The trying times of the Dust Bowl/Great Depression are not even on the same scale of the challenges we have today. We need to remain focus on the finish line and learn every step of the way.

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Rural Route Radio Feb 24, 2021 The global perspective of farming, subsidies and climate change from Ireland, UK and USA "It is policy over practice"


Selling the virtues instead of the nutrition of food, is that our future? Regardless on where you stand on the issues involving food production one must recognize the challenges farmers face to simply produce the essentials of life. (Friend Peter Hynes pictured from his dairy farm)

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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

FFA Creed is not just for agricultural students but rather all Americans


The FFA Creed

I believe in the future of agriculture, with a faith born not of words but of deeds – achievements won by the present and past generations of agriculturists; in the promise of better days through better ways, even as the better things we now enjoy have come to us from the struggles of former years.

I believe that to live and work on a good farm, or to be engaged in other agricultural pursuits, is pleasant as well as challenging; for I know the joys and discomforts of agricultural life and hold an inborn fondness for those associations which, even in hours of discouragement, I cannot deny.

I believe in leadership from ourselves and respect from others. I believe in my own ability to work efficiently and think clearly, with such knowledge and skill as I can secure, and in the ability of progressive agriculturists to serve our own and the public interest in producing and marketing the product of our toil.

I believe in less dependence on begging and more power in bargaining; in the life abundant and enough honest wealth to help make it so–for others as well as myself; in less need for charity and more of it when needed; in being happy myself and playing square with those whose happiness depends upon me.

I believe that American agriculture can and will hold true to the best traditions of our national life and that I can exert an influence in my home and community which will stand solid for my part in that inspiring task.

The creed was written by E.M. Tiffany and adopted at the Third National FFA Convention. It was revised at the 38th and 63rd Conventions.

Across the Pond Feb 22, 2021 Fauci is a war criminal and knowingly harming people


Rumble — Today we offer proof that Fauci knew the Spanish Flu of 1918 it was the wearing of mask that cause 1 million to die of bacteria infections.

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Loos Tales for Feb 23, 2021 the power of prayer by Marty Beard, as he reminds us Daniel prayed for 21 days


Have you fallen into the false notion that once you say a prayer you are all good?

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Rural Route Radio Feb 23, 2021 The news from China phase 1 trade deal is coming true, why though are ag groups not Trumping the news?


Jay Truitt, Andrew Henderson along with Trent Loos have a great discussion about current status of ag exports. In addition Jay would have made a career as a lobbyist truly lays it out there how lobbying truly works.

Monday, February 22, 2021

Across the Pond Feb 22, 2021 Lets us Circle back to you on that


The fact that nurses know more information about public health than anyone it truly puts them at risk..

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Column this week in High Plains Journal "America at a T"

 America at a T

There have been several situations recently that allow us to say we are at a crossroads in the future of farming. Folks, we are now at a crossroads for the future of not only farming but resource consumption. We clearly see how the elite of the world are pushing their ideas of food production and healthy consumption. I, for one, am not going to take it quietly and, believe me, if we all get loud and start steering instead of just riding along, we can make it great again. 

Certainly by now you have heard the man who owns a ton of farmland in the United States has said “we need to move away from meat consumption”. Bill Gates promotes the false narrative that cows, and all animals for the matter, are anything but healthy for the planet. Animals consume only plants; plants convert carbon dioxide into oxygen so how can they convince anyone to the contrary?

I’ve got to be honest, my first inclination is to go find the research that proves that grazing animals improve the health and absorptive capacity of plants. While the research exists and we have been waving the science flag for a long time, how well has that worked for us? NOT WELL AT ALL!!

What if we just apply a little bit of common sense and take a look at this. We have billionaire Bill Gates, who is suddenly getting attention about vaccinations, disease control, food production and climate health. This is the same Bill Gates that was convicted in 1998 of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act; a conviction that was later overturned in exchange for what? I have watched his 3 hour deposition from 1998 and if you haven’t done so I would encourage you to get a hold of it. I am guessing you will come to the same conclusion I did: this guy is a sleazeball that will do anything for control. So why on earth would consumers listen to him about planet health and feeding their families?

For the same reason that the verdict was overturned, Bill buys his way out of every situation. He created the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to turn his tarnished image around by making us think he “just wants to help people”. This is the same guy who has said publicly, “if we do a really great job with new vaccines, health care and reproductive services we can lower that (population) by 1.3%.” Then you read that the fact checkers report that when Bill Gates is quoted about reducing population, “it is taken out of context”. Really? Who sponsors these “fact checkers”?

This is the same guy that talks about creating a filter to reduce sunlight. Folks,“farmer Bill” is going to fail at farming before he even starts if he thinks he can reduce sunlight and still continue the cycle of life. It appears to be an ironic week in the Great Plains of America to talk about global warming. As I write this column, we and many others are experiencing rolling blackouts. Four million people in Texas are still without power because our policy makers have been listening to this sleazeball about the dangers of coal. Ranchers moved away from using windmills to water livestock because they were labor intensive and unreliable. Can someone please point out to our national leaders that if farmers and ranchers find something that is more reliable than wind power, it is ill-guided for the rest of the nation to go with what we left behind.

At the end of the day, real Americans do not have the resources to buy the networks to lobby all of the policy makers but we do still have the basic right of free speech. I know every attempt is being made to censor you and I but there is always a way to share our story. At the current crossroads of this nation, there is no straight ahead; it is a T and we will have no choice but to either turn right or turn left. Please help us steer the vehicle in the right direction for the future of our country.

Loos Tales Feb 22, 2021 I believe in the Future of Agriculture with a faith born not of words but deeds, it is FFA and it's tie to Secretariat


Researchers recently announced the extraction of DNA from Secretariat and we see how that shines a light on the FFA Creed. 

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Rural Route Radio Feb 22, 2021 Hank Vogler shares the biggest irony one could image they want his H2A workers to go home as they invite illegals in


If you really look at the irony of the Federal Government at this time you must wonder what the real game is? Who stands to win with open borders? Additionally what do you know about the "Nebraska State Capitol, The Sower?"

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