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Monday, November 28, 2022

AAAAnd: Here we go!

100 Million Dead Birds Are Just The Beginning

 Looks like those of you who raise your own chickens are pretty far ahead of the rest of us.

If you are a prepper now might be a good time to start your own small chicken farm. TPTB are starting to go crazy with this chicken killin thing. 

They are starting to give the saying "Choke your Chicken" new meaning.

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  1. If this thing gets going where I live, having my own chickens won't help. We had Newcastle's Disease come through here a few years back. If you had sick hens you killed them and kept quiet. If word got to the county that you had sick birds, they'd come to the house and kill all your chickens; no testing required. The county was quarantined, so if you lost your flock you couldn't buy new birds... at least above-board. Funny thing is though, killing a flock of chickens does NOTHING to stop the spread of the disease! How did your chickens get bird flu? Chances are, the bug arrived on the wings of wild birds that got into the coop to gorge on the chicken feed. You can practice "biosecurity all you want. Sparrows have NO trouble going through chicken wire! They WILL find a way in!

    I guess the best you can do is to have more than one flock in separate coops. That, and more than one rooster. As long as a rooster and some hens survive, you can incubate your own eggs.

    TPTB want it all...

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    1. I wondered about that also, how did they get sick in the first place. Maybe we can start a sideline making and selling biohazard suits for the chickens to protect them. "No testing required." For a while during covid I thought that's where we were headed with people who had covid. Just get rid of em like china does.

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  2. Are the birds really sick, or is this just a ruse to remove as much food as possible from the supply chain?

    After all of the lies about covid I have very little trust in anything the government does that can't be independently verified.

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    1. Your thought process is what tptb don't like. Ignore that man behind the curtain! Do as we say, peons!

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    2. Asked and answered, now just how 'accurate' was you coof PCR test again?

      Remember the USDA still insists on checking carcasses for disease 'visually' (when e.g. salmonella and campylobacter, or flu for that matter, show no visual signs). It's all theatre, and for motives other than the obvious/claimed.

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  3. Probably a good thing I no longer work for a defense contractor with a a destructive devices BATF license that required me to have an employee possessor BATF license. I might have some push back from BATF or Picatinny Arsenal who I dealt with almost daily at times. Dealing with these people left me with a distinct lack of trust in anything government many years ago.

    It was rather fun legally transporting and testing weapons and ammo between facilities that would get most people thrown under the jail. And no, I did not keep any souvenirs except a couple of inert dummy rounds for display (big hole drilled in the case as required).

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  4. It could be about commercial flocks & compensation. Declare an outbreak, the government will make payments, there is less supply, (demand) prices go up for the remaining suppliers.
    It can also be a function of inadequate nutrition/overcrowding. The animals are not truly "healthy" so it spreads rapidly.
    A problem of Capitalism. We get so good, supply exceeds demand, prices get cheaper.
    Jerry

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    1. I used to work for a boiler company, and I serviced the heating systems in the houses they raise those chickens in. There were thousands of chickens in there. Each one had maybe 1 inch of space. They were so packed together a disease would spread like wildfire.

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    2. The 'big boys' (the combines and conglomerates) can survive this easily, the small independents and farmers, not so much.

      Just like the small stores in your town are being driven under with overweening unnecessary regulation and paperwork, that the big chains demanded and can easily comply with, was nothing to do with 'consumers' and everything to do with killing the competition.

      Sorry, is my cynicism leaking again?

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