Thursday, January 28, 2010
This is where your super market beef comes from, not a farm or a ranch, but a virtual city of steers standing
ankle deep in their own manure. Note the dump trucks unloading dinner; corn, urea, antibiotics, minerals, and
the fat of other cattle. A steer is a ruminant, it eats grass, and won't eat corn by choice. Industrial
veterinarians are on standby to treat the problems the steer has being force fed a completely unnatural diet.
Note, it took your ancestors 4 years of grazing to grow a steer, the beef you buy in the super market was grown
in only 14 miserable months. (Not pictured is the lake of manure produced by Poky Feeders. These are promotional
photos by Poky Feeders, not what you'd see if you could just drive up unannounced.)