As NBC news does a series this week on Wild Horse and Burro roundups in the 10 Western States Hank Vogler joins Trent Loos to tell the real story of Wild Horses. Once healthy vibrant useful horses the Wild Horse and Burro Act of 1971 has created something that is a disgrace to the American Public. Please take the time to listen to this rancher from North Spring Valley, NV that has lived with these horses his entire life.
The pork industry really messed up by making pork too lean despite what they thought the consumer wanted. Today 57% respond a to poll stating that pork is too lean. So my question posed in this rant is will the beef industry make the same mistake or actually starting educating the consumer on the health benefit of fat?
So how is it that people who are so passionate about saving a horse will threaten the life of a mother and her kids? Yes OK State Representative Skye McNiel will share with you how insane the folks are again harvesting horse’s for human consumption and why I recognize her at the top of the list for Rural America Champion.
Dr. Nathan Bryan from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Institute of Molecular Medicine Texas Therapeutics Institute joins Trent Loos today on the Rural Route Radio program discussing the flawed study of carnitine and risk to cardiovascular health. Dr. Bryan will explain why the true risk is not significant with this bit of junk science attempting to demonize meat consumption.
Please take the time to email, snail mail or call Monsanto with a short message encouraging them to pull out of their membership of the UN’s Agenda 21 movement through the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
If you do not understand what that is, please listen to Rural Route with Janet H. Thompson, who has written a letter below which also explains in simple terms what Agenda 21 and “Sustainable Development” are. Link here for the sample letter.
Your freedom to produce — and for your children and grandchildren to produce — in future is at stake.
Go to this link at Monsanto.com Fill out the form, then COPY your text of your message. Save the text of your message to your computer. If you can, please print that out and send in snail mail form to:
800 N. Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63167
Attn: Mr. Hugh Grant and Board of Directors
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Growing hemp has suddenly moved beyond the “giggle” factor according to Lynda Parker from Denver, Colorado. Is it true that in my life time farmers will plant more acres to hemp than corn? Well if you listen to this program today you are going to think it should happen.