Udderly Ridiculous! Thanks, Monsanto!

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Back in my day, dairy cows could live to be 20 years old.  Today they’re lucky if they make it to their 5th birthday.

Back in my day, milk was a primary staple in the American home.  It was known to be healthy and our children were encouraged to drink lots of it for the development of strong bones and teeth.  Today milk is laced with chemicals and hormones and lots and lots of Americans are mysteriously “allergic” to it.

Back in my day, we didn’t talk much about hormones unless we were in the presence of a menopausal woman.   Thanks to Monsanto our food chain sounds more like a bad science fiction movie.  We consume foods filled with hormones and our children are ingesting endocrine disruptors in plastics and other toxic substances  on a daily basis.

Monsanto’s answer to boosting milk production is to inject dairy cows with growth hormones.  Apparently the selling point to the commercial dairy farmer is that these hormones will increase milk production by 30%.  I don’t know if I feel sorrier for the cows or the humans.

The Japanese have a different (and healthier) answer to increasing milk production.   After extensive research involving 19 commercial dairy farms, they studied the outcome of offering cows only electrolyzed reduced water to drink.  What they found was shocking.  Their research concluded that the cows drinking  electrolyzed reduced water (ionized water) produced on the average of 25% more milk.  Furthermore, these cows had no mastitis which is the most common and most costly challenge for dairy farmers.

By the way, this study was duplicated in the USA and the results were the same.

Who needs Monsanto when you can increase milk production just by offering cows the RIGHT kind of water?

When is enough enough?  How did we become so greedy that we’re willing to throw human (and animal) life under the bus for the sake of bigger profits? Our children and our children’s children deserve better than that, don’t you think?

I vote for the Japanese way of increasing the milk supply udders hands down!  

It’s safe, healthy, more affordable and it’s humane.  

Is it any wonder that japan is #1 in the world for health and longevity while America is # 40?

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Headlines: “Genetically Engineered Cow Produces Allergy-Free Milk”? Sounds Like a Bad Science Fiction Movie!


Where does it end?

Instead of spending time and money to determine WHY so many people are suffering with allergies these days we’re “genetically engineering” cows?

  I’m no scientist but I have lived long enough to know that it hasn’t always been this way.  Throughout my childhood and young adult years I didn’t know of anyone with allergies to dairy, nuts,  wheat, etc., and NO they weren’t overlooked…they didn’t exist.  Don’t you wonder why allergies are such a problem today?  You should!

Let’s focus on the root problem and leave the poor cows alone!

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Got (Imported) Milk?

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In 1985  Congress authorized the “Dairy Termination Program” – a more transparent description than “herd retirement.”  The government  removed a staggering 12 billion pounds of milk from the US supply over an 18-month period, and the USDA took “bids” from farmers on how much they were willing to be paid to slaughter their cows so that our milk production would be drastically reduced.  By the end of the program, some 1.6 million dairy cattle were either slaughtered or exported.

Today the United States is the biggest milk exporting AND importing country in the world.  The US imports milk from 30 countries around the globe, including  Japan.   The biggest exporting country of milk to the US is Greece, followed by Canada,  Mexico, Spain and the UK.  All together about 86% of our milk is imported from across the globe.

So….the US offered irresistible incentives to dairy farmers to slaughter their herds to reduce our milk supply so that they can IMPORT milk from as far away as Japan?  Is it any wonder why we have problems?

In addition to worrying about what’s IN your milk, now you have to worry about what continent it comes from.  I wonder how it makes financial sense to ship gallons of milk around the globe?

How about a little imported milk with that cereal?

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