Skip to comments.Going after our food supply
Posted on 01/04/2019 1:57:43 PM PST by Twotone
A couple weeks ago, Tom DeWeese sent out a letter about the World Wildlife Fund and beef. It reads in part:
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is one of the top three most powerful, radical, anti-free enterprise, UN environmental groups in the world.
And WWF has succeeded in taking over the American Cattle industry!
The WWF has forced cattlemen to follow radical Sustainable rules through the establishment of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.
They are getting away with this industry grab because the National Cattlemens Beef Association is now under the control of the World Wildlife Fund.
And the WWFs Sustainable Roundtable now controls the beef packing industry which in turn controls the entire beef retail market. Cattlemen either toe the WWF dictates or are cut out of the industry.
That means cattlemen must follow massive regulations in order to produce American beef.
These rules ignore that fact that American cattlemen have always produced the highest grade of beef in the world simply by using a process that has been used by their forefathers for generations.
The real result of these rules isnt to produce a better beef product but to destroy small producers and drive the industry to the massive corporate farms that can afford to play ball with the World Wildlife Fund.
Eventually, the WWF goal is to destroy the entire beef industry.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanpolicy.org ...
Quality beef prices have already gone through the roof. Expect them to rise.
The North American White tail is far healthier, and tastes better, too.
Does that mean you have enough beef in your freezer so you never run out?
Except for ground beef I no longer buy much beef, ever. Too expensive.
The u.n. is bad? WTH? And the wwf? Well, to be honest, I’m not really into the whole wrestling thing anyway.
If you like bubble gum meat.
Article is a bit false in that they are claiming to produce the world’s best beef. That would be Alberta. As for the rest of the article, yes, crap is getting out of control.
Unless they have chronic wasting disease...
Cattle prices are the lowest in six or so years.
Venison chews like bubble gum. It can be done right but very difficult to do.
Elk and moose, good stuff. Or grow your own beef.
Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.
National Cattlemens Beef Association
World Wildlife Fund.
I once again note that nobody has elected ANY of those people to ANYTHING.
Okay then how do we either fix or abandon the
National Cattlemens Beef Association?
I know, crazy right? And yet processed steaks and ground beef at the grocery store is far more than I paid last year or the year before.
That’s for certain. When I find myself looking at $27 for a small pack of steaks at Wal*Mart. wow
Yep, ground beef and pretty much only when it’s on sale.
I kill my own, butcher it myself, my venison steaks melt in my mouth. I also hunt amd eatsquirl, rabbit, quail and pheasant. Most types of fish (Michigan). I eat well, healthy and cheap. And have fun doing it.
Roast, grill or pan cooked very quickly with some butter and maybe a dollop of Cabernet or (my fave) some Harvey’s Bristol Cream. A sprinkle of lemon pepper.
It isn’t rocket surgery.
Oh come it tastes great but it doesn’t “melt in your mouth” LOL. That’s BS.
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