German Farmer Resorts To Horse and Buggy Due To High Gas Prices

Rising gas prices are only getting worse and a German farmer’s recent decision is an indication of this. From the Associated Press: Stephanie Kirchner’s journey to work has got longer but, she says, cheaper: she has left her SUV at home and switched to real horse power. Stud farm owner and horse trainer Kirchner, 33,… Read More German Farmer Resorts To Horse and Buggy Due To High Gas Prices

Organic Farming, Banning Pesticides Contributed To Sri Lanka’s Food Shortage

Sri Lanka is a very corrupt country. Over the years, Sri Lanka has amassed massive amounts of debt that contributed mightily to their culture of grift only to be exposed thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The country’s government has turned to China and is petitioning the International Monetary Fund for help in restructuring their liabilities.… Read More Organic Farming, Banning Pesticides Contributed To Sri Lanka’s Food Shortage

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

So-Called UK “Animal Welfare” Bill Could Halt Building, Farming, and Hunting Activities

An animal sentience bill in the British parliament is causing quite a stir in which some members of the Conservative Party may revolt over it. According to the London Times, the long-debated Animal Welfare Sentience Bill in the House of Lords would essentially confer animals in the United Kingdom with the same legal rights as… Read More So-Called UK “Animal Welfare” Bill Could Halt Building, Farming, and Hunting Activities