Amish organic farmer faces hefty fine, jail time for producing CLEAN MEAT

An Amish organic farmer is facing a hefty fine and a prison term for the simple crime of producing clean meat. Amos Miller runs a holistically managed farm in Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania, where he breeds cows, chickens and pigs. The animals in his century-old farm are bred without the use of chemicals and medications mandated by the U.S. Department … Continue reading Amish organic farmer faces hefty fine, jail time for producing CLEAN MEAT

USDA: 69% of total U.S. winter wheat production currently in drought zones… sharp decline in yields right around the corner

Only 32 percent of the winter wheat crop in the United States received a “good” or “excellent” rating from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), new reports show. While this represents a slight increase of two points compared to a week ago, the figure is far behind 2021’s 53 percent rating, illustrating just how bad America’s … Continue reading USDA: 69% of total U.S. winter wheat production currently in drought zones… sharp decline in yields right around the corner

US government diagnosing chickens with bird flu using fraudulent PCR tests, then slaughtering them

There is another engineered plandemic taking place, this time against U.S. poultry. According to the government, avian flu, or bird flu, is sweeping across chicken and turkey farms, which means officials must slaughter these birds in order to keep people from eating their meat and eggs – even though cooked meat and eggs are admittedly safe for consumption. … Continue reading US government diagnosing chickens with bird flu using fraudulent PCR tests, then slaughtering them

Almost 900 workers test positive for coronavirus at Tyson’s meatpacking plant in Indiana

Nearly 900 workers have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) at a Tyson Foods meatpacking plant in north-central Indiana, according to a report. The food processing facility at Cass County’s Logansport saw 890 people at the plant infected with the coronavirus after all of its 2,200 workers underwent testing. The facility, which produces 3 million pounds of … Continue reading Almost 900 workers test positive for coronavirus at Tyson’s meatpacking plant in Indiana

Organic farming employs more workers than conventional farms and encourages community development, according to survey

Organic farming has gained steady ground in the U.S. farm sector over the recent years due to the growing demand for healthy food products by consumers. While conventional farming is still the more prevalent type of agriculture – yielding significantly more produce than its organic counterpart – one study suggests that organic farming may present more job opportunities down the … Continue reading Organic farming employs more workers than conventional farms and encourages community development, according to survey