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SABATOGE - Dairy Farm Fires & other threats to our food suppply

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“Aren't is now struggling to find new food for the farm's 500 cows.

"We lost quite a bit of hay, which is unfortunate because right now it's difficult to find really good hay," she said. Farmers, even before the drought, have to spend a lot of time finding, testing and bringing in hay, she said.

"Good hay means good nutrition -- happy healthy cows," Arend said. "So, we just lost out on all that big time."

The North Bay's dairy industry has been hit hard in recent years.

Conventional milk prices are the lowest they've been in a decade and those decreases are being felt in organic dairies like Moreda Valley, according to Doug Baretta, the owner/operator of Santa Rosa's Baretta Dairy and a member of the Sonoma County Farm Bureau.

The price of organic milk is down 10 to 15 percent, prompting some creameries to ask producers in the last two months to reduce their production, Baretta said.

Several dairy farms in the North Bay recently closed down, following a broader trend seen around the state. Baretta said California has lost around 500 dairies in the last three years.”


 

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“ (The Western Journal article also referred to another current conspiracy theory, that the global elites are purposely decimating our food systems to incite mass starvation, writing, “We mysteriously losing one farm, factory or food processing plant after another to strange and destructive mishaps lately, but now we’ve also gained a brand-new facility that is making food out of insects.”)”

 

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“In recent years, prostate cancer has been one of the fastest increasing kinds of cancer, and it isn't apparent that increased treatment has had an effect in lowering the death rate. The postwar baby-boom (following the baby-bust of the great depression) created an abnormal age-structure of the population, that has been used to argue that the war against cancer is being won. Increasing environmental estrogens are known to cause many reproductive abnormalities, and their contribution to prostate cancer would get more attention if estrogen's role in prostate disease were better known. Environmental estrogens are clearly responsible for genital deformities and sterility in many species of wild animals, but when the causal link is made between estrogens and human abnormalities, the estrogen industry sends its shills in to create controversy and confusion. Even the effects of estrogens in sewage, known for decades, are treated as State Secrets: "There had been reports of hermaphroditic fishes in one or two rivers, and government investigators had been studying them since the late 1970s. But no one had been aware of the work because it was classified." (Lutz, 1996.)“ -Ray Peat
 

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Our MASSIVE 100+ year old flour Mill burned to the ground last night/today from a mysterious "basement fire" in an area of the mill that was retired.

The Pendleton Oregon Flour Mill was a major provider for many states, producing thousands of metric tons of bread/pastry/pizza type flours yearly.

NE Oregon is a HUGE wheat producing area, primarily soft white & hard red varieties.

This is a huge blow right in the middle of wheat harvest & farmers will now have no choice but to sell their entire crops to China. Which already purchased about 40% of our regions wheat.
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Our MASSIVE 100+ year old flour Mill burned to the ground last night/today from a mysterious "basement fire" in an area of the mill that was retired.

The Pendleton Oregon Flour Mill was a major provider for many states, producing thousands of metric tons of bread/pastry/pizza type flours yearly.

NE Oregon is a HUGE wheat producing area, primarily soft white & hard red varieties.

This is a huge blow right in the middle of wheat harvest & farmers will now have no choice but to sell their entire crops to China. Which already purchased about 40% of our regions wheat.
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Nooooo! This is so disheartening.
 

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Don't forget to follow NYT Climate on Twitter 🔥🌪️🌈🌊🤡

Interestingly that I looked it up on Twitter and several comments like the one below came up, but I got an automatic screen refresh and then only abiding tweets were showing...

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Yeah I kept thinking there was gonna twist at the end. This seems so unreal to predict something like this.
 

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