While the population of feral hogs has grown significantly in the U.S., Newsweek reveals one species that originated in Canada poses a far larger problem not only to other species and their carrying diseases but also the threat they pose to agricultural production. Unless PETA gets involved, perhaps we’ll get lucky and these new hogs… Read More “Super Pigs” May Have Arrived In The U.S.
A great night but, unfortunately, this victory may be short lived. This is tantamount to a blow out but, according to the Financial Times, the Labour and Green parties tied the farmer’s victory. It is with these two left-wing parties that Prime Minister Mark Rutte can form a coalition in which both groups might be… Read More Dutch Farmer Political Party Wins Seats In Parliament, Will Block Nitrogen Rules … Maybe
Holland is the world’s second largest exporter of agricultural products. Over the weekend, Politico says Dutch farmers and citizens took to the streets in Hague to express their disgust for what the Dutch government is trying to do to shut farmers down. Not surprisingly, the Associated Press reports climate cultists with Extinction Rebellion were also… Read More Protest In Hague Brings Thousands Of Dutch Farmers
Now this is environmental racism. Kenya is in the middle of its worst drought in 40 years. In the parched north of the country, rivers are running dry and millions of livestock have perished due to lack of food. Around 4.4 million Kenyans don’t have enough to eat, and the situation will worsen if the coming rainy season… Read More Environmentalists Block GMO’s In Kenya, Starve Populace
They’re baaaaack! Hundreds of tractors driven by angry farmers protesting a plan to cut nitrate levels converged on Brussels on Friday, creating major traffic disruption in Belgium’s capital city. The BB farmers union and several others combined efforts to gather more than 2,700 farm vehicles, according to Brussels police. Several major roads in Brussels were… Read More Huge Farmer Turnout In Brussels To Protest Green Tyranny
State-imposed energy, food shortages and hunger. What could possibly go wrong? World War II-style rationing could be an effective way to reduce carbon emissions, according to new research from the University of Leeds. In a paper published today in the journal Ethics, Policy and Environment, academics argue that rationing could help states to reduce greenhouse gas emissions rapidly… Read More Study: Migitate Climate Change With World War II-Style Rationing
At first this news report didn’t pass the sniff test, but it isn’t a parody after all. Cow waste or cow dung has been traditionally used as a crop fertilizer for decades because of its organic content. But now, a British company has created a ‘New Holland T7’ tractor that runs on cow dung. This… Read More British Company Makes A Tractor That Uses Cow Dung As Fuel
Despite massive protests in opposition, at least 3000 Dutch farmers will soon have their livelihoods destroyed thanks to the Netherlands pressing ahead with their shutting down farms. This as part of the European Union’s efforts to clamp down on nitrogen pollution which has been attributed to human-caused climate change. The Netherlands laid out plans to… Read More Netherlands May Confiscate, Shut Down Thousands Of Farms In Compliance With EU Climate Mandates
Despite the day nearly at an end, I hope all of you have or had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Ayn Rand is correct that Thanksgiving is a producer’s holiday and that is exactly why the left resents it, especially given the history behind it. Thanksgiving’s history should be told every year since doing so helps undermine… Read More Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!
Last week, former deputy prime minister Johan Remkes, who is a mediator with the government of Holland, has called for the forced relocation of up to 600 Dutch farmers due to their nitrogen emissions. This, in turn, has prompted the farmers to conduct new protest actions to prevent such a measure from happening. Worst of… Read More Dutch Farmers Begin New Protests To Block Gov’t Plan To Seize Their Farms
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