Are Meat and Fertilizer Plant Fires Part Of Planned Food Shortages?

It is extremely odd that fires at meat and fertilizer processing plants are occurring just with potential food shortages in the U.S. in the near future. While fires at meat and fertilizer facilities frequently occur and diminished food supplies are unlikely, the timing of their being covered is certainly suspect. One consideration are animal rights… Read More Are Meat and Fertilizer Plant Fires Part Of Planned Food Shortages?

California May Lift Hunting Rules to Address Wild Boar Problem

An outbreak of ferocious hogs in California has gotten so bad that, according to The New York Times, Golden State lawmakers are considering lifting all hunting restrictions in order to address the problem. From The Times: “[Rampaging feral hogs] are tearing up lawns, ripping through golf course fairways, threatening the drinking water and disturbing the… Read More California May Lift Hunting Rules to Address Wild Boar Problem

Supply Chain Will Be Affected By Animal “Rights” Propositions

Four years ago, California voters approved Proposition 12 that requires more space for caged animals such as pigs and chickens. The new law not only expands on prior state laws regarding animal enclosures, but poses huge problems for agriculture merchants. Especially when it involves California’s agriculture department that will issue regulations based on the law… Read More Supply Chain Will Be Affected By Animal “Rights” Propositions

Study: Potential Link With Cold Sore Virus Herpes and Nerve Illnesses

A new study published last month in the journal Nature Communications reveals a potential link between herpes simplex virus and neurodegenerative diseases. Scientists discovered a protein that hinders the spread of herpes simplex virus 1, save for those with compromised immune systems which can result in fatalities. From Newsweek: “In this study, the scientists focused… Read More Study: Potential Link With Cold Sore Virus Herpes and Nerve Illnesses