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2 dead kids and they shut down formula production.

THOUSANDS of dead young people from the vaxx and they continue to mandate it. Makes zero sense.
...given the stated reasons.

The REAL reasons, are to cause fear, pain and death. Shutting down the formula plant for sham reasons, does this; so does poisoning little kids.
 

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But it's important for transvestites to hypersexualize small children with weirdo stories in public schools.
 

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1. 4/30/21 Monmouth Smithfield Foods pork processing plant

2. 7/25/21 Memphis Kellogg plant

3. 8/13/21 JBS beef plant

4. 8/24/21 Patak Meat Company

5. 7/30/21 Tyson River Valley ingredient plant

6. 10/21/21 Darigold plant

7. 11/15/21 Garrard County food plant

8. 11/29/21 Maid-Rite Steak Company

9. 12/13/21 San Antonio food processing, West side Foods

10. 1/7/22 Hamilton Mountain poultry processing

11. 1/13/22 Cargill-Nutrene feed mill. Lacombe, La

12. 1/31/22 Winston-Salem fertilizer plant

13. 2/3/22 Wisconsin River Meats

14. 2/3/22 Percy dairy farm

15. 2/5/22 Wisconsin River Meats processing facility destroyed by fire in Mauston, Wisconsin.

16. 2/15/22 Bonanza Meat Company goes up in flames in El Paso, Texas

17. 2/15/22 Shearer’s Foods Food processing plant explodes in Hermiston, Oregon.

18. 2/16/22 Indiana Louis-Dreyfus soy processing plant

19. 2/18/22 Bess View Farms

20. 2/19/22 Lincoln premiere poultry

21. 2/22/22 Shearer’s Foods potato chip plant

22. 2/22/22 Fire destroys Deli Star Meat Plant in Fayetteville, Illinois.

23. 2/28/22 nutrient AG Solutions fertilizer facility burns

24. 2/28/22 Shadow Brook Farm & Dutch girl Creamery burns

25. 3/4/22 294,800 chickens destroyed at farm in Stoddard, Missouri

26. 3/4/22 644,000 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Cecil, Maryland

27. 3/8/22 243,900 chickens destroyed at egg farm in New Castle, Delaware

28. 3/10/22 663,400 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Cecil, Maryland

29. 3/10/22 915,900 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Taylor, Iowa

30. 3/14/22 Wayne Hoover dairy farm, barn full of vows burns

31. 3/14/22 2,750,700 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Jefferson, Wisconsin

32. 3/16/22 Walmart Distribution Center burns for 76 hours in Plainfield Ind.

33. 3/16/22 Nestle Food Plant extensively damaged in fire and new production destroyed Jonesboro, Arkansas

34. 3/17/22 5,347,500 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Buena Vista, Iowa

35. 3/17/22 147,600 chickens destroyed at farm in Kent, Delaware

36. 3/18/22 315,400 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Cecil, Maryland

37. 3/19/22 Walmart Food Distribution center catches fire in Plainfield, Indiana

38. 3/22/22 172,000 Turkeys destroyed on farms in South Dakota

39. 3/22/22 570,000 chickens destroyed at farm in Butler, Nebraska

40. 3/24/22 Major Fire at McCrum Potato Plant in Belfast, Maine.

41. 3/24/22 418,500 chickens destroyed at farm in Butler, Nebraska

42. 3/25/22 250,300 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Franklin, Iowa

43. 3/26/22 311,000 Turkeys destroyed in Minnesota

44. 3/27/22 126,300 Turkeys destroyed in South Dakota

45. 3/28/22 1,460,000 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Guthrie, Iowa

46. 3/29/22 Maricopa, Az. Food Pantry burns down 50,000 pounds of Food destroyed in Maricopa, Arizona.

47. 3/31/22 Rio Fresh Onion factory damaged by fire in San Juan, Texas.

48. 3/31/22 76,400 Turkeys destroyed in Osceola, Iowa

49. 3/31/22 5,011,700 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Osceola, Iowa

50. 4/6/22 281,600 chickens destroyed at farm in Wayne, North Carolina

 

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I'm afraid that Mr Bulkowski is going to die today
 

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heat stress or something else?

the operation in the gulf of mexico is cooking a large part of the country. and the fun has just begun


The current heat wave blazing through Kansas feedlots has killed an estimated 10,000 head of fat cattle.

Final death numbers continue to come in, but that early estimate was shared with DTN by livestock experts, who put the geographical center point for those deaths at Ulysses, Kansas.

DTN calls to feedlots in the area and to ranchers whose branded animals were seen in some privately shared photos of dead cattle were not immediately returned.

What is known is that leading up to these heartbreaking losses, temperatures in the area were over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, there was humidity, and there was little to no wind to help cool the animals. Temperature readings reported for Ulysses began to exceed the 100-degree mark on June 11. By June 13, the high temperature was reported at 104 degrees, with humidity levels ranging from 18% to 35%. Temperature and humidity levels began to break some on June 14. Just a few days prior to the heat setting in, highs had been in the 80s.

Corbitt Wall, a cattle analyst with National Beef Wire who works out of Amarillo, Texas, told DTN he heard from two non-media sources about the extent of the Kansas losses. He noted there was frustration that despite such extensive losses, the futures market fell Monday.

"I know it's hard for people in the business to watch that futures market, but it's not real," he said. "The only time those traders and speculators make money on futures is when the market is volatile, and they are watching these algorithms to tell them where the market is going. For people following the fundamentals, it is frustrating."

NIGHTTIME COOLING IS KEY

Large losses in feedlots due to heat stress seem to start every year around June, said veterinarian A.J. Tarpoff, who works with Kansas State University Extension. He explained that when there is a "perfect storm" of too much heat and no opportunity for nighttime cooling, cattle can accumulate heat and die from the stress. It's a situation, he added, that can hit both feedlot and grazing animals.



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"Heat stress doesn't happen all at one time. Cattle accumulate heat during the day, and then over the nighttime hours, it takes four to six hours for them to dissipate that heat. As long as we have a cooling effect at night, cattle can mostly handle the heat. Where we run into issues is where we have two to four days in a row of minimal nighttime cooling, and we start the day with the heat load we accumulated the day before still there," he said.

Tarpoff, who spoke with DTN, worked as an associate feedlot veterinarian in Canada before moving to Kansas. He said it's not uncommon to see issues with heat stress even that far north. And he pointed out that not all animals within a herd, group, or pen are affected by heat stress in the same way. A previous bout with respiratory disease that may have led to scarred lungs can make it difficult for that animal to cool itself. And there are other pretty basic reasons some cattle just don't handle the heat as well as others.

"The second week of June is when, historically, we start to see this, and I think a lot of it has to do with the hair coat. Cattle can adapt to almost any environment on earth, but they need time. At this point in the season, a lot of them have not fully shed that winter hair coat and slicked off," he said, adding that the fact that the majority of the U.S. cow herd is black also means they can't cool as efficiently.

In this most recent reported loss, many of the animals appeared close to going to processors. They were fat, and Tarpoff added that in cases like this, once these layers of fat develop, it can put animals at more risk of heat stress.

HEAT STRESS PREVENTION

While every heat-related loss is not preventable, Tarpoff said there are several mitigation strategies feeders can use during the summer months. They all start with monitoring conditions and having a plan to deal with the stress.

In addition to giving cattle additional water sources, Tarpoff said it helps to use sprinklers overnight to cool the pen floor. Shades, large mounds, and keeping weeds and hay bales out of the way to allow for breezes are all basic strategies but are effective.

"We can also change feeding strategies," he said. "The heat of digestion is real, it's a byproduct of fermentation. So, a lot of operations actually gave a heat stress ration where they feed more easily digestible foodstuffs. They might also change the timing of feeding."

Whatever contributed to this week's losses, Tarpoff said he knows animals at that stage had to be extremely high value, given their size at the time of loss.

"The most expensive animals we have on an operation are the ones that have been there the longest," he said. "We've provided them the most feed, yardage, health care and medications. We've invested the most in them. So, when you lose animals like that, it is quite costly to the operation."
 

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It seems like alot of cattle, but in the big picture, there are an estimated 2.4 million cattle in feedlots in Ks.
 

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There are an estimated 2.4 million cattle in feedlots in ks. 10k dead cows is minuscule.
Plus I have 1/2 a one in my freezer with another 1/2 coming in Feb when I just about run out. You should try and find someone close to you that produces beef and make friends with em. :laughing::laughing::laughing:
 

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I can just go in the pasture behind my house and shoot one with the 308.

I make friends with myself all the time, but have slowed down since the wife caught me.
 

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Plus I have 1/2 a one in my freezer with another 1/2 coming in Feb when I just about run out. You should try and find someone close to you that produces beef and make friends with em. :laughing::laughing::laughing:
We have lots of local cattle farms up here in NH, more than one would think.
 

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There are an estimated 2.4 million cattle in feedlots in ks. 10k dead cows is minuscule.
Yes, granted.

But it shows what they can do and what they will do. One fire in one warehouse is nothing. Eighty, in three months? It's starting to affect things.
 

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If heat is killing cows that is also on the govenrment with their weather control weapons.
 

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If heat is killing cows that is also on the govenrment with their weather control weapons.
The heat isn't killing cows Vlad, that's the point. We know it's all part of the destruction plan currently going on with the food supply. When food becomes rare it's the people who are responsible for this act who should be targeted and hunted down for retribution.

We'll need to plan to dig big holes right next to the gallows sites for burying all the trash that we'll be disposing off once the Day of the Rope gets here. There'll be a lot of revenge for the people left to distribute!!!
 

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The heat isn't killing cows Vlad, that's the point. We know it's all part of the destruction plan currently going on with the food supply. When food becomes rare it's the people who are responsible for this act who should be targeted and hunted down for retribution.

We'll need to plan to dig big holes right next to the gallows sites for burying all the trash that we'll be disposing off once the Day of the Rope gets here. There'll be a lot of revenge for the people left to distribute!!!

We know they are tampering with food supply doing illegal things and getting away with it. Why is there any resistance to the idea they are causing mass shootings?
 

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New Intestinal Epidemic Strikes DPRK’s Agricultural Hub.

An unidentified intestinal epidemic, suspected to be cholera or typhoid, is sweeping North Korea’s port city of Haeju according to state news agency KCNA, placing further strain on an already fragile health system.

The new outbreak comes amidst the country’s first officially recognized Covid outbreak, and after a state of emergency was declared last month due a lack of medical supplies and vaccines.

Haeju is in the key agricultural region of the country that is already facing a catastrophic food shortage.



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Have you heard the story about how 10,000 cattle died in Kansas from 90+ degree heat and humidity? I'm not buying that story for a New York second! I saw the photos of all the dead cattle and heard the rancher claim they all died from the heat, but cattle are very hardy, and they get along just fine in Texas, where it is often hotter and humid as Hell itself, so how did those cattle really die, or did they? If they are dead, it had to be something other than heat and humidity that killed them rather suddenly.

I remember a long while back when sheep were killed by an accidental poison gas leak from a nearby military installation. That was also a sudden death. Nothing about this current story makes sense, and I question the veracity of the rancher claiming those cattle all died abruptly from heat. It might be different if the heat wave reached 120 degrees, but 90 degrees, even with near 100% humidity is something cattle usually endure. If just a percentage of those cattle died under those circumstances, that would be more believable, but 10,000 cattle all at once? No way! Did the rancher somehow benefit from an insurance payout? I don't know.

What I do know is nothing about that story makes any sense at all.

Carl F. Worden
 

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We know they are tampering with food supply doing illegal things and getting away with it. Why is there any resistance to the idea they are causing mass shootings?
People aren't hungry enough yet...not by a long shot. When the guns are taken out from the Pandora's Box they're currently being kept in, they'll be no turning back Vlad.
 

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Germany Producer Prices Highest Since 1949

Producer price inflation in Germany rose at a record pace in May, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) said on Monday – the fastest increase since the beginning of data collection in 1949.

According to data, prices ballooned 33.6% year-on-year last month, following April’s 33.5% increase.

On a monthly basis, producer prices gained 1.6% after growing 2.8% in April. Economists had projected prices to rise 1.5%.

Price increases continue to be driven primarily by soaring energy costs, which were up 87.1% from the previous year. The price of natural gas, which German industry relies on heavily, skyrocketed by 148.1%.

 

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the flights to the gulf of mexico have been cut by half the last three days. every day been seeing about 15 of them during my exercise session. last three days have been about 8 of them

if i had to guess, they sent some of the fleet to fight the cold/rain front that is forecast to move through texas in a couple of days

this is the forecast for the front

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The MAP

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the flights to the gulf of mexico have been cut by half the last three days. every day been seeing about 15 of them during my exercise session. last three days have been about 8 of them

if i had to guess, they sent some of the fleet to fight the cold/rain front that is forecast to move through texas in a couple of days

this is the forecast for the front

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part of what they built

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the front/rain is approaching us today. and just like clockwork some of the sprayers moved from the gulf to spaying over land. they went psycho level of spraying over us yesterday. it was crazy
 

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the front/rain is approaching us today. and just like clockwork some of the sprayers moved from the gulf to spaying over land. they went psycho level of spraying over us yesterday. it was crazy

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Pretty amazing huh? It's being done right before our very eyes and no one can lift a finger to stop it.

From what I've read, I guess it has to be this way.

When the food is gone and the people have been shown, the cities will burn and the blood will run heavy in the streets. Then we'll see the military in charge!
 
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yet another attack on the food


U.S. farmers have cut back on using common weedkillers, hunted for substitutes to popular fungicides and changed planting plans over persistent shortages of agricultural chemicals that threaten to trim harvests.

Spraying smaller volumes of herbicides and turning to less-effective fungicides increase the risk for weeds and diseases to dent crop production at a time when global grain supplies are already tight because the Ukraine war is reducing the country's exports.

Interviews with more than a dozen chemical dealers, manufacturers, farmers and weed specialists showed shortages disrupted U.S. growers' production strategies and raised their costs.

Shawn Inman, owner of distributor Spinner Ag Incorporated in Zionsville, Indiana, said supplies are the tightest in his 24-year career.

"This is off the charts," Inman said. "Everything was delayed, delayed, delayed."


Shortages further reduce options for farmers battling weeds that developed resistance to glyphosate, the key ingredient in the commonly used Roundup herbicide, after decades of overuse in the United Sates.

Prices for glyphosate and glufosinate, another widely used herbicide sold under the brand Liberty, jumped more than 50% from last year, dealers said, padding profit at companies like Bayer AG, BASF SE and Corteva Inc.

The U.S. Agriculture Department said it heard from farmers and food companies concerned about whether agribusinesses are hiking prices for goods like chemicals, seeds and fertilizer to boost profit, not simply because of supply and demand factors. The agency has launched an inquiry into competition in the sector, and some watchdog groups said it is moving too slowly.

Agrichemical companies blame the COVID-19 pandemic, transportation delays, a lack of workers and extreme weather for shortages. Fertilizer and some seeds are also in short supply globally.
 

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I wonder what this train was carrying and if they found any bagel wrappers in that truck!

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Some operational deficiencies are seemingly apparent.

First, the speed limit. Used to be, passenger trains were limited to 70 mph where there were road crossings at grade. Just for this reason. Obviously someone waved a magic wand, okay'd a higher speed limit - one formerly used on stretches with closed-off track - and the magic didn't work.

Second the dump-truck dunce. Jabbed? Brain fog? We'll never know.

Third...it would be interesting to see if the engineer dumped the air (emergency full-on brakes) on the train. Many times, the safest course is to just run through whatever's on the track...so you minimize forces in the train. Especially with light passenger equipment.
 

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I have family that rides that line occasionally, albeit embarking and disembarking further west than missouri. Its too slow for me, take me to DIA.
 

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I have family that rides that line occasionally, albeit embarking and disembarking further west than missouri. Its too slow for me, take me to DIA.
With all the cancelled flights (no pilots/medically-grounded Jabbed pilots) the train may well have been full of disgruntled airline passengers.

Amtrak seldom sells out. Some routes are popular, but only around Christmas do they sell out entirely.
 

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the front/rain is approaching us today. and just like clockwork some of the sprayers moved from the gulf to spaying over land. they went psycho level of spraying over us yesterday. it was crazy
they pulled it off. we were supposed to rain sunday night, monday, tuesday because of cool front from the north --- wiped off the map and the forecasts

now they have a 'tropical disturbance' just south of me, in the gulf, to play with

current forecast is for that thing to come ashore and rain several days later in the week. i'll take the under