Thursday, September 23, 2021

Andrew on day 2 of COVID, and in 1692 the people had enough of the Salem witch trials

Dakota Trails and Tales Sept 21, 2021 NDSU Extension has posted for position openings, I have major issues with how they position them

I am here to tell you that extension in every single state has lost their way in the past year and a half. Today thanks to a listener I have information about potential NDSU employment opportunities that should irritate all peoples.

Rural Route Radio Sept 22, 2021 Kristin Patterson from Ohio joins to talk about 45,000 people visiting their farm in 6 weeks and and APPLES

In today's world the health of small business depends on the ability to adapt. The Patterson family of Ohio have been adapting for generations and they provide nutrition and education all in the same visit. 

Monday, September 20, 2021

Veteran owned, Soldier Valley Whiskey Jeff Hadden is giving back

Rural Route Radio Sept 20, 2021 The true impact of a full Harvest Moon, and the overall efficiency of meat production. Are lambs too fat in the USA?

Hank Vogler is just 8 days away from shipping his 2021 lamb crop. As it gets close we set our sights on consumer demand and expectations of the meat they eat.

RIP my brother Troy Wayne Loos

Troy Loos, 45, of Burlington left us unexpectedly and way too soon on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, due to complications from COVID. Troy was born December 5, 1975, to Larry and Leona (nee Chapman) in Quincy, IL. His early life on the rural family farm involved 4-H and FFA, the ability to fix everything, and eliminating the word "problem" from his vocabulary. 

Please take a moment and look at the JABB data before issuing a death wise

In a whirlwind of mixed messages, the 18-member scientific committee voted 16-2 against distribution of a third shot of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for those 16 and older. 

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

The FDA held a Vaccine Advisory Committee meeting yesterday (September 17, 2021) to discuss authorizing a third Pfizer COVID-19 "booster shot."

There were signs heading into the meeting this week that there could be some fireworks at this hearing, as two top vaccine research scientists at the FDA, Dr. Marion Gruber and Dr. Phillip Kause, the Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Vaccines Research, recently resigned.

This followed a report published in The Lancet from 18 officials at the FDA opposing the Biden Administration's plan to start distributing Pfizer "booster shots" later this month (September, 2021) before the FDA had even approved them.

To say that there were fireworks at the Vaccine Advisory Committee meeting yesterday might be a gross understatement. The 18 member committee voted 16 to 2 AGAINST approving the booster shots, although later they did give their endorsement on approving them for people 65 and older.

During the "open session" part of the meeting, dissenting doctors questioning the Pfizer shots were given a chance to address the public with their concerns, and they presented to the public REAL data about the shots that up until now has been heavily censored.

Dr. Joseph Fraiman, an emergency room physician from New Orleans who did his studies at Cornell Medical School, stated that there are no trials large enough yet to prove that the COVID-19 vaccines reduce hospitalization without causing serious harm.

He lamented the fact that the "vaccine hesitant" coming into his emergency room were more educated on the risks of the COVID-19 vaccine than those vaccinated.

Ernie Barnes recognized by Team Purebred with Legacy award for a lifetime dedicated to youth in the pig business.

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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, ...