Just thought I would do a public service by cautioning my fellow paleo hacks of the GMO laced Pigs at Wellness Meats (which they disclose on this link) http://blog.grasslandbeef.com/bid/87109/US-Wellness-Pork-II You've been warned.
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on January 26, 2014
at 02:30 AM
Anti GMO propaganda is completely devoid of science. Every rational and prominent scientist completely debunk the anti GMO crap. Even total lefty socialist science writers who loathe monsanto and their horrible business of leading poverty stricken people to death say that the science behind anti GMO movement is non existent.
Only people who believe GMO to be bad are people with mental health issues who think chemtrails exist. People who think unnatural is bad, as if that is anything other than a trite subjective word based on a flimsy analysis of organisms and our conscious relation to them as humans.
GMO foods could end starvation of millions of black and yellow people, but of course to some middle class white people who are obsessed with wrapping their white children up ion bubble wrap, pesticides and gmo is horrible, because…. well because. hashtag organic/freerangewhitechildren
on January 24, 2014
at 10:48 PM
I have to respect them for the honesty and it sounds like a petty issue. I buy local and have to trust that they feed the animals as best as they can. If you worry about every little thing you would never eat, drink or breathe.
"What do they eat? Pigs are foragers, and most of our pigs are outdoors every day (weather permitting) to forage for bugs, sticks, roots, etc. Since pigs have a single stomach, unlike the four chambered stomach of cattle, we cannot raise a healthy animal on grass alone, so their diets are supplemented with corn and soy. This is usually a non-gmo feed ration, however, due to the historic dought of 2012, it has been very difficult (and in some rural areas, almost impossible) for our producers to source and feed a 100% non-gmo ration. We are getting closer to 100% non-gmo, and this post and our website will be updated just as soon as we can claim 100% non-gmo feed once again. Since production is combined, we cannot currently split the gmo and non-gmo fed animals. We hope to have 100% non-gmo fed pork by the end of 2014."
on January 24, 2014
at 08:05 PM
Where is your question?