A blog by guest author, Steven Minnick of Minnick Family Farm.
You are what you eat! So… what is all the hype of mRNA vaccine in livestock? It’s been in the news lately and notable Doctors are speaking out against it. The same doctors ringing the alarms about the Covid19 mRNA technology.
We know since COVID-19 there has been a slew of medications and vaccines to hit the market with little to no data for justification. Well, now livestock COULD receive the same mRNA vaccine type, and it has been confirmed that pigs have been receiving mRNA vaccines since 2018.
mRNA is a type of gene engineering that finds and binds to genes susceptible to diseases. These mRNA vaccines are engineered to the type of disease they are designed to block. Long term mRNA vaccines could mutate other genes so the genetic code inside that livestock can be altered causing the offspring to be resistant to this certain disease as well as changing the physiology of that animal.
What does this do to the milk I drink and the meat I eat?
The USDA says that “vaccines are to be given enough time to metabolize before sending that animal to the processor or collect milk”. If you don’t know milk from dairy cows is collected two sometimes three times a day by machines without a way to separate sick or altered milk of any sort. Milk is dumped into a collection tank then pumped into a tractor trailer for shipping. They are making this a requirement for all livestock including dairy and Jersey A2A2 dairy cows as well.
Injecting livestock with mRNA vaccines can cause genetic mutations in the meat, which can be ingested through consumption; while GMOs, which are engineered seeds used to increase production of grain per plant, are linked to numerous health disorders including gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, depression, autism, infertility, cancer, Alzheimer’s, leaky gut, Hashimoto’s, and allergies, raising concerns about the potential effects of gene-altering vaccines on livestock fed with GMO grain.
What are farmers required to advertise and required to do to their livestock?
Farmers are not required to disclose any or all information to the public regarding vaccines, antibiotics, housing conditions etc. it is up to the public in order to ask questions of how the farmers raise their livestock and why. This is where social media comes in handy and how the farmers raise their processed meat.
All organizations recommend livestock vaccination, usually with a CDT vaccine that comes in multiple brands and versions, covering blackleg, high and low birth temps, etc., with some variation in certain claims between NONGMO and Organic; however, they all share the same principles, while the use of antibiotics in meat is prohibited and legally, a USDA processing facility must test meat for antibiotics and cannot sell it to the public, with both FDA and USDA acknowledging the risk of meat contamination from antibiotics.
So, the question is still raised why allow mRNA vaccines? Short answer there is no data to say otherwise.
How and where do I buy clean unadulterated meat without mRNA in the livestock?
Farmers markets. Research your nearest farmers market or if you don’t have one search a farm willing to ship and disclose their livestock raising practices as well as medicines used in their practice. Search their social media if available to determine if this is right for you. If you have a farmer that is not willing to show or tell then you need to move on. Education is the biggest seller and the hardest advertising for a farmer.
Livestock farmers that sell commercially to chain stores normally are required to use and raise livestock a certain way according to who their contract is with. Companies do not want any liabilities to bad meat from sickness or worm load. If medicines are “commercially available” they are stressed by the USDA to be used across the board to ease process. This goes for organic livestock and the use of mRNA livestock vaccines.
Farmers that tend to sell direct to consumer at markets or right off their farm can avoid these issues and raise livestock with no mRNA vaccines, antibiotics, etc. One thing to look at is if you have a larger livestock farmer they may raise “their” meat separately because they do not want chemical or mRNA vaccines in their food but still want to sell commercially for their income.
In support of your own Sovereignty
We care about our own sovereignty, as much as the folks at Sovereign Ammo do. We appreciate the invitation to share information on this subject with you on the blog, knowing that you believe in sovereignty as much as we do.
By carefully choosing the source of one’s food, individuals can enhance their sovereignty by exercising control over their consumption and supporting local farmers who use ethical and sustainable farming methods. With this choice, you can reduce reliance on industrialized food systems that are often controlled by large corporations, empowering yourself and other individuals to make informed decisions regarding their health, environment, and community economic well-being, and ultimately contributing to a more equitable and robust food system.
Thanks for reading, and stay sovereign.
About the Guest Author
Steven Minnick runs Minnick Family Farm. He’s a first-generation farmer who raises registered Berkshire pigs, registered Katahdin hair sheep, honeybees, meat chickens, egg layer chickens, heritage breed turkeys, and soon cattle, who writes this article. They raise, breed, sell and process all animals on their farm with the love for animals and the taste and nutrition of pasture-raised food in mind. Steve and his wife divide and conquer chores and responsibilities while being parents of two young children, married, and working full-time jobs. The farm raises all animals outside. The farm uses only uses NON-GMO grain for pigs, chickens, and turkeys, and ruminants are only grassfed. Steven and his wife, Molly, work hard to educate and show the benefits of clean food to both adults and children. They DO NOT vaccinate with mRNA and DO NOT use antibiotics.