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"Plans were laid years in advance for monopolizing the cattle production of the Great Plains.

The Money Power financed the extermination of the buffalo.

A high price was offered for buffalo hides in whatever quantity offered.

All men who wished to hunt buffalo could get an outfit on credit.

On these terms, an army of buffalo hunters was organized.

After the initial carnage wrought by buffalo hunters from trains the buffalo hunters lined banks of the streams where the buffaloes came to drink and in two or three years, the buffalo, numbering many millions were exterminated.

Only the money power could have effected the extermination of the buffalo.

"Kill every buffalo you can! Every buffalo dead is an Indian gone."

Only they had money enough to equip such an army of slaughterers.

Only world-wide commerce had a market for a vast number of hides.

The money power had been obtaining hides for monopolized trade in leather, shoes, and other leather products, from Buenos Aires, in South America.

It was only necessary to substitute buffalo hides for South American hides, for two or three years, to secure the extermination of the buffalo.

The money power saw a grand investment in devoting the Great Plains to the production of beef.

As soon as the buffalo were exterminated, they began to buy cattle in Texas, and cows and calves and young cattle in all the states, to start ranches on the Great Plains.

This caused a boom in cattle all over the country; multitudes of enterprising Americans organized cattle companies, and started cattle ranches all over the West, from Texas to Montana, mortgaging their property, and taking money out of their business, in order to take stock in the cattle companies.

The boom in prices was kept up until the Great Plains were fully occupied with cattle ranches."

L.B. Woolfolk 1890

1970   Radical changes in the government policy concerning agriculture and subsidies are ushered in.

Farm subsidies prioritize the growing of commodities – non-perishable food products to be stored indefinitely in grain-bins and traded on the world market to increase GDP, allowing the government more borrowing power.



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In industrialized meat production you run head long into a lot of problems.

The pork producer, the meat packer and the retail seller are all at odds.

Each wants to maximize profit and minimize expense.

Each is willing to externalize costs.

Contract negotiation will be coercive and unfavorable if any of these three branches of industry have been monopolized.

Pork packing firms are independent profitable business'.

After the Panic of 1873, pork packing becomes a losing business.

Packers in St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati are slaughtering hogs but by the time the bacon is put on the market Armour has flooded the market.


"I come from a long line of pig butchers and meat-packers: Armour.

My not-too-distant relatives were responsible for such ingenious inventions as the refrigerated train car and the "kill floor," and ultimately the meat-oriented status of the modern American diet.

Armour owned a business which bought hogs from local farmers for delivery to slaughterers and packers.

The demands of the hungry Union armies during the Civil War created a boom in pork and the Armour brothers prospered - and profiteered.

In a business move that might land you in jail Philip took advantage of artificially swollen food prices toward the end of 1864 and sold futures to pork barrels he did not possess for delivery in the spring of 1865 when, he gambled, the War would be ending and prices would have fallen.

His gamble paid off, and netted a two million profit at the expense of disgruntled traders and government merchants." - Jeffrey Armour Nelson

1869 Two years after the Armour packing house is built in Chicago six thousand hogs are being butchered a day.

Armour originates a number of assembly line slaughtering techniques, the use of waste products and the sale of canned meat.

Armour packing houses in Kansas City, Omaha and Chicago.

Packers in St. Louis, Cincinnati and Louisville, go bankrupt.


"Employees worked as much as 18 hours a day in unsanitary conditions.

There always seemed to be another new young man available and willing to step in and take the hammer, knife or saw whenever an employee would lose a finger, hand, eye - or stomach for the job.

The Armours were ruthless competitors; they would open a retail outlet in every city and flood the market with their products, selling them at such ridiculously low prices the local butchers and outlets could not compete.

Townsfolk took to Armour meat with the intensity of Heroin™ addicts.

Once the local competition was forced to close their doors and leave Armour would then raise prices and control availability through pricing.

Armour, using this technique, drove thousands of smaller operators who had been in the butchery business for years into bankruptcy and ruin.

Monopolistic business practices caused a tumult when US soldiers in the Spanish-American War died from eating meat canned by Armour.

Armour and his competitors permission of sawdust, rats, animal feces, and portions of animals heretofore considered inedible being used in the production of "meat" products eventually got the attention of Congress.

The Sherman Anti-Trust Act is enacted to protect the public from the unscrupulous business practices of the Armours and "robber barons."

Years after its enactment, the Armours were indicted for violations of the Sherman Act based on testimony they gave before Congress in which they revealed the very incriminating details of their business practices.

A brilliant, silver-tongued lawyer of the day retained by the Armours argued that they should be able to invoke -- retroactively -- their Fifth Amendment right not to implicate themselves, and thus prevent the introduction at trial of their own previous damning testimony before Congress, and prevent the introduction of all the evidence procured as a result of that testimony.

On the eve of trial, after a jury had been empaneled, a judge accepted the lawyer's argument and dismissed the case against the Armours.

The newspapers of the day proclaimed derisively that the Armours' lawyer had given them an 'immunity bath'." - Jeffrey Armour Nelson




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Wise Use ideology engineered the passage of laws in at least 13 states making it a crime to photograph industrial factory farm animals!

"Factory farmed animals - cattle, pigs, chickens - live in unnatural and cruel conditions, which do not allow them to live the way nature intended.

Factory farmers treat them as commodities rather than living, breathing, sentient beings that feel pain and suffer, just like humans.

It's time to make changes, not just because of the harm to our health and environment but because having respect for all beings will help create a more humane world." - Valerie Belt


"If you wanted to create global pandemics, you'd build as many of these factory farms as possible.

That's why the development of swine flu isn't a surprise to those in the public health community.

In 2003, the American Public Health Association - the oldest and largest in world - called for a moratorium of factory farming because they saw something like this would happen.

It may take something as serious as a pandemic to make us realize the real cost of factory farming." - Dr. Michael Greger

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The increased use of antibiotics in animal production has gone hand-in-hand with the development of factory farms - industrial-style livestock operations.

Thousands of animals are crammed into the unhygienic, crowded quarters of a typical industrial-style livestock operation, and antibiotics are dispensed constantly through the animals' feed.

Twenty-five million pounds of antibiotics are fed to livestock in the US annually - eight times more than the amount used as human medicine.

Six of the 17 classes of antibiotics used to promote growth in animals are also used to treat diseases in humans.

A Harvard University study showed that antibiotic-resistant genes found in bacteria infecting humans were identical to some of the same bacteria infecting animals.

The Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production recommended:

"Ban the non-therapeutic use of antimicrobials in food animal production to reduce the risk of antimicrobial résistance to medically important antibiotics and other microbials."

1966 One million farms house 57 million pigs.

1998 In the nation's largest pig farm, a North Carolina factory farm, an aggressive H3N2 virus of a never-before-described triple hybrid of three viruses - a human virus, a pig virus and a bird virus - was discovered.

2001 80,000 farms house 57 million pigs.

"More and more farmers are finally starting to see the writing on the wall, and they’re trying to save themselves.

A typical year, dairy farmers get only 11 cents from every dollar spent on milk.

According to the USDA the average age of the American farmer is 58, with over 31% still running their farm at over 65 years old.

The price of a bushel of corn was $3.58 on Dec 2, 1974.

In January of 2018, a bushel of corn sold for $3.56, down two cents from 44 years ago.

They are returning to growing food instead of commodities, and more importantly they are marketing that food directly to customers, instead of selling it for pennies on the dollar to multinational packing and processing corporations.

The farmer who planted his first field of corn in 1974 can expect the same prices for his corn as he retires.

All the while the price of seed, land, equipment, fertilizer, and fuel have grown exponentially.

It’s unbelievable. It’s an insult. It’s downright sinful. " - Whitney Belprez





When we get out of the glass bottles of ego,

when we escape the squirrel cage of personality

and get into the forests again,

we shall shiver with cold and fright

and things will happen so that we do not know ourselves.

Hot, unifying life will rush in,

passion makes bodies taut with power,

we shall stamp feet with new power and old things will fall down,

we shall laugh, and institutions will curl up like burnt paper.

DH Lawrence



2009 Swine flu pandemic starts at a Smithfield Foods - the largest global pork packer and hog producer - massive hog-raising operation in Perote, Mexico, in the state of Vera Cruz.

A Smithfield subsidiary, Granjas Carrol, raises 950,000 hogs per year.

Residents of Perote believed the outbreak had been caused by contamination from pig breeding farms located in the area which polluted the atmosphere and local water bodies and that this, overtime, led to the disease outbreak.

A municipal health official stated that preliminary investigations indicated that the disease vector was a type of fly that reproduces in pig waste and that the outbreak was linked to the global industrial pig farms.

Residents say the fecal waste produced isn't adequately treated.

Swarms of flies hover over waste lagoons transfering respiratory ailments.

Mexican health agency Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social has acknowledged that the original carrier for the flu could be the "clouds of flies" that multiply in the Smithfield manure lagoons.


"Adrian Gibbs, 75, who collaborated on research that led to the development of Roche Holding AG's Tamiflu drug, said in an interview that he intends to publish a report suggesting the new strain may have accidentally evolved in eggs scientists use to grow viruses and drugmakers use to make vaccines.

Gibbs said he came to his conclusion as part of an effort to trace the virus's origins by analyzing its genetic blueprint." - Jason Gale and Simeon Bennett



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