Jerry Rosman, a pig farmer in Iowa, was cultivating GMO corn,(Roundup Ready and BT) and fed this corn to his pigs. Result: his sows became infertile,
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That's it; I'm going on a corn diet. Sounds more enjoyable than a vasectomy.
Nachos for dinner!
Wouldn't want the little piggies to reproduce ;)
Could it be by design?
Good post Wolf. Yes - Adopt a local farmer and support them in every way possible.My grandfather was a farmer and my mother grew up on his farm eating all natural food and she is extremely healthy to this day - I believe her excellent health is due to the all natural food and natural spring water she was raised on. I recently bought enough land to farm and live off and will relocate there in the next 10 months to become a farmer myself.
“It appears that the USDA violated an Iowa farmer’s grower agreement with Monsanto and they may have sold Cargill truckloads of corn that nobody would want to get caught using as food,” said Lori Sokolowski a member of the Iowa Farmers Union.
So it wasn't the regular GMO corn, at least!
Thank you, Wolf!
We raised pigs for a couple of years...got to know them pretty well.
They are very clean animals, they have a spot where they lay their waste. Very intelligent.
So, knowing that GMO alters your natural self to an unnatural self hence in trans humanism that is part of the plan...that is why ADOPTING A LOCAL FARMER is THE most important things anyone could do. Farmers do trade all the time...Post on Craigslist for SOMEONE to raise veggies for you...you will receive MANY responses...promise.
So, get out of grocery stores, learn how to make bread, whatever. Have fun.
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