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Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
« on: April 27, 2020, 09:38:48 AM »
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  • Why are they taking out a FULL PAGE AD in the New York Times, to spread fear porn?
    What's in it for them? You can't tell me they're spending that kind of money to scare people, out of the goodness of their heart.

    Maybe they hope to set off panic buying, while they rake in the dough for their product -- or something.

    They say that 4 employees have died "of COVID-19". I don't believe it. They probably died of something else, and were either asymptomatic carriers, or they had the antibodies because they received a flu vaccine in the past 10 years.

    But even if 4 people died, a few points:

    These are not small processing plants with 20 employees. This is NATIONWIDE for a huge agri-business conglomerate. How many employees do they have -- hundreds of thousands? How many Tyson employees die on a regular basis from car accidents, heart attacks, cancer, stroke, medical error, suicide? Statistically, they should have a couple of employee deaths every DAY.

    Death always sounds terrifying and whatnot, but WELCOME TO EARTH. We're mortal. Men were punished by God with the punishment of having to work to support their families (women received two punishments: submission to their husband, and pain in childbirth) Frankly, many jobs worked by men involve a very real flirt with death every single day. For example, any man who drives to work.

    And for the white collar nerds, you are probably shortening your life by about 10 years if you have a sit-down job. Science has proven it. Unless you take regular breaks every hour, keep your legs moving on purpose, use a Standing Desk, etc.

    But my bull**** detector went off loud and clear with this Tyson situation. What does Tyson hope to accomplish with this ad? And what do they hope to accomplish by closing additional plants? To avoid "a few deaths"? Boo freaking hoo! What happens when REAL panic buying is set off, which will be 30X worse than anything we've seen so far (remember toilet paper, bread, eggs, milk, yeast?) because people will be genuinely terrified that RESTOCK MIGHT NOT HAPPEN ANYTIME SOON, at least not the next morning.

    How many people will die in the ensuing RIOTS and STARVATION that will occur if Tyson shuts their plants? Let's face it, we're dependent on huge mega-corporations for our food at this point. There is almost no redundancy or small companies to step in and fill the void. Just look at what % of people live in mega cities on both coasts. You can't produce any quantity of meat IN those places.

    Hiccups in grocery store logistics (like we've seen so far) are an inconvenience. GENUINE SUPPLY ISSUES result in much worse shortages -- and much worse panic buying.



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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #1 on: April 27, 2020, 09:44:53 AM »
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  • P.S. After living through a few months of 2020, anyone clinging to normalcy bias, "It hasn't happened thus far, so it isn't likely to happen" is a naive fool.

    Did you think last October that you'd see huge sections of empty shelves at your grocery store? Did you think you wouldn't be able to buy toilet paper? Did you think the Stock Market could fall from 30,000 down to about 18,000? Did you think every Normie on the block could be convinced to start a garden and take up baking? Did you think the whole country would be shut down? 

    That's what I thought.

    Use your imagination a little. It doesn't take much imagination at this point to envision what might be ahead. Think: second wave. Riots. Actual shortages of food.

    If "normies" (average person who is ignorant and mostly asleep) are starting gardens, we should have small self-sufficient farms, or working towards that. We need to stay AHEAD of the curve, not fall behind.

    We're supposed to be non-brainwashed Traditional Catholics here. We know better. We're supposed to believe in Fatima, the Chastisement, and the justice of God.
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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #2 on: April 27, 2020, 10:21:21 AM »
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  • My local Costco is extremely low on fresh meat.

    The entire section that used to hold the meat, several waist-high refrigerated display cases, have now been filled with produce. The meat had all been consolidated into one small section.

    My local grocery store has very little meat also. It was also very low on produce. The frozen food section is nearly empty. Something is going very wrong with the supply chain.

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #3 on: April 27, 2020, 10:24:09 AM »
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  • What happens when REAL panic buying is set off, which will be 30X worse than anything we've seen so far

     GENUINE SUPPLY ISSUES result in much worse shortages -- and much worse panic buying.
    There is no panic buying possible in our area because there is nothing there to "buy."

    If we had a "panic buying" episode, our stores would be empty in a couple hours.

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #4 on: April 28, 2020, 01:38:23 AM »
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  • I'd like to say something about the meat supply.  We live in an ag/rural area, where there are a lot of confinement barns for animals.  We know quite a few of these animal "farmers", and even though my husband and I DO NOT agree with confinement, we are friendly with the operators.  Many of them have animals--sized for butchering--just sitting there.  They aren't being picked up for slaughter because of all the meat processing plant closures.  We know one person who hasn't had eggs picked up for several weeks.  They just keep piling up...not to mention the dairy farmers that are dumping milk.  

    It's really happening.  This isn't something made up by the media.  

    What gets me is that if you were to take 5 gallons of this milk, a beef, a pork, and a couple chickens to every house in town, and gave it to them, most people wouldn't know what to do with it anyway.  Most of it would still go to waste. 

    We ordered garden seeds 1 month ago, and still haven't received them, because the company is so far behind on filling the vast amounts of orders.  When we ordered, all the companies we normally ordered from were not accepting any more orders because of the huge amounts of orders they all had to fill.  We ordered chicks to raise for meat--they were about sold out as well.  Usually we get them in July because it works out to be a better time to butcher in the fall, but my husband ordered some now and another set for July, just in case.  

    But what are people going to do in the winter?  How many of them are going to can/freeze/dehydrate or in any way preserve their garden's summer bounty?  How many even know how?  How many of you know how?

    I strongly encourage each and every one of you to learn how to can and dehydrate your foods.  Those with larger families probably already buy in bulk, but if at all possible, buy bulk amounts of salt and other dry goods.  You can make do without a lot, if you have to, but salt is pretty hard to do without.  If you can, go online and get 50 or 100# of good quality sea salt.  Yes, it's expensive, but it'll keep for a long, long time.

    I'm not trying to be an alarmist--just facing the reality of the coming hard times.  Even if it turns out this go-round isn't "it" as far as our world changing completely, it's really only a matter of time.  Your efforts won't be wasted either way.


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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #5 on: April 28, 2020, 06:12:09 AM »
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  • I'd like to say something about the meat supply.  We live in an ag/rural area, where there are a lot of confinement barns for animals.  We know quite a few of these animal "farmers", and even though my husband and I DO NOT agree with confinement, we are friendly with the operators.  Many of them have animals--sized for butchering--just sitting there.  They aren't being picked up for slaughter because of all the meat processing plant closures.  We know one person who hasn't had eggs picked up for several weeks.  They just keep piling up...not to mention the dairy farmers that are dumping milk.  

    It's really happening.  This isn't something made up by the media.  

    What gets me is that if you were to take 5 gallons of this milk, a beef, a pork, and a couple chickens to every house in town, and gave it to them, most people wouldn't know what to do with it anyway.  Most of it would still go to waste.

    We ordered garden seeds 1 month ago, and still haven't received them, because the company is so far behind on filling the vast amounts of orders.  When we ordered, all the companies we normally ordered from were not accepting any more orders because of the huge amounts of orders they all had to fill.  We ordered chicks to raise for meat--they were about sold out as well.  Usually we get them in July because it works out to be a better time to butcher in the fall, but my husband ordered some now and another set for July, just in case.  

    But what are people going to do in the winter?  How many of them are going to can/freeze/dehydrate or in any way preserve their garden's summer bounty?  How many even know how?  How many of you know how?

    I strongly encourage each and every one of you to learn how to can and dehydrate your foods.  Those with larger families probably already buy in bulk, but if at all possible, buy bulk amounts of salt and other dry goods.  You can make do without a lot, if you have to, but salt is pretty hard to do without.  If you can, go online and get 50 or 100# of good quality sea salt.  Yes, it's expensive, but it'll keep for a long, long time.

    I'm not trying to be an alarmist--just facing the reality of the coming hard times.  Even if it turns out this go-round isn't "it" as far as our world changing completely, it's really only a matter of time.  Your efforts won't be wasted either way.

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    It certainly seems as though they are trying to cause food shortages and starvation.

    Processing plants closing because of a virus (or 5G?) which is much less dangerous than the common flu doesn’t seem to justify the response.

    What a wake-up call this is to get out of the city and become self-sufficient (too late now, though).

    Piles of meat, produce, and milk going right into the dump.

    In Minnesota (where Tyson is), they killed 3,000 healthy pigs, and announced another 200,000 would likely also be wasted for lack of processing.

    Meanwhile, I just looked through beef and pork ads on Craigslist in Minnesota, and not one farmer giving it away, or even discounting it.  They would rather bury it than give it away, setting us up for disaster.
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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #6 on: April 28, 2020, 07:43:55 AM »
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  • Factory farms and their fake "chickens" need to go the way of the Dodo anyway as they are poisoning millions on a daily basis. There's a lot immoral and unethical in our "food" processing systems in this country to begin with that just needs to go away. And I am in no way a vegan of the sort, but I have to admit, I've never been into eating that disgusting many-colored, feathered biped to begin with.

    Nothing "fishy" about Frankenchicken; ::)

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-115588/Meet-Frankenchicken.html

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #7 on: April 28, 2020, 08:50:26 AM »
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  • From a local farmer on Craigslist:

    https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/grd/d/northfield-butcher-ready-hogs-freezer/7113682156.html

    Butcher ready Hogs freezer pork - $150(Northfield)




    Home grown live hogs available. 300 pound live weigh for $150. Will deliver to you for you to butcher.

    All the processors and meat markets are full right now, so reaching out to Hunters and homesteaders who are looking to process their own and fill their freezers.



    [Note: This is “live weight” (ie., How much the pig weighs walking around).  


    “Hanging weight” is how much the hog weighs after being gutted/slaughtered, which is generally 72% of live weight, so a 300lb hog will be 216lbs hanging weight.  

    “Commercial cuts” are what you actually bring home, and this averages about 67% of hanging weight.  

    So, of that 216lb hanging weight, you are bringing home 145lbs of pork.  

    So in the end, if you want to figure out the cost/pound of pork, you just add the live weight you paid to the farmer, plus the processing you paid to the butcher, and divide that by the commercial cut weight pounds of pork you take home (which you can anticipate being 50% of the live weight) -SJ]
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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #8 on: April 28, 2020, 09:01:53 AM »
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  • An even better deal from a farmer in southern Minnesota:

    The Situation:
    Unfortunately, the coronavirus has affected us all in so many different ways. With the recent closing of the Smithfield, Tyson, and other meat processing plants, farmers everywhere have been left with large sums of livestock with nowhere to go while consumers are preparing for meat shortages in grocery stores. The CEO of the Minnesota Pork Board estimated that farmers will have to euthanize 200,000 hogs in the state over the next several weeks.

    The Sloot family has owned a small hog farm for over 60 years, and they currently have over 600 hogs on their farm in Winthrop, MN that they are seeking to sell to processors or consumers over the next few weeks. This number will increase over time if the meat processing facilities remain closed.

    Please consider purchasing a fully butchered and processed hog from them in these strange and difficult times, and please spread the word to anyone you think may be interested.

    The Black Angus of Pork:
    The family prides itself on its relationship with Compart Family Farms (https://www.compartduroc.com/) where it sells the majority of its pork. Compart Family Farm pork, aka the Black Angus of Pork, is known for its premium quality and sells to top tier restaurants such as Manny’s Steakhouse (Minneapolis), Smoak BBQ (Rochester), and OMC Smokehouse (Duluth).

    Each hog comes to market weighing approximately 280 lbs and yields roughly 110 – 120 lbs of pork (more if people order very specific cuts). As with all meat, exact yields are difficult to estimate but you will receive the butcher’s standard of pork quantity according to a 1 hog or 1⁄2 hog order. The family is offering portions of a whole hog or a half hog. Please see below for rough estimates of what that may look like. 

    The official order form (link on the following page) allows you to select precisely what you want!

    Whole Hog Package:
    Front Shoulder Cut – Steak / Roast (14 lbs)
    Pork Loin – Tenderloin / Bone-in Pork Chops / Boneless Pork Chops (16 lbs)
    Hind Legs – Steak / Fresh Ham Roast / Bone-in Smoked Ham (30 lbs)
    Pork Belly – Smoked Bacon / Fresh Side Pork (22 lbs)
    Ground Pork (27 lbs) Spare Ribs (6 lbs)

    1⁄2 Hog Package:
    Front Shoulder Cut – Steak / Roast (7 lbs)
    Pork Loin – Tenderloin / Bone-in Pork Chops / Boneless Pork Chops (8 lbs)
    Hind Legs – Steak / Fresh Ham Roast / Bone-in Smoked Ham (15 lbs)
    Pork Belly – Smoked Bacon / Fresh Side Pork (11 lbs)
    Ground Pork (14 lbs) Spare Ribs (3 lbs)
               
    Payment:
    The cost of a whole hog is $260 and a half hog is $130. Please pay via check at pickup. Checks can be made out to “John Sloot Inc.” This cost covers the market price of the hog as well as processing and packaging.

    Also note that at current market prices, the family is still losing money on each hog they sell. If you are able, please consider adding a little extra!

    Delivery / Pick-Up:
    The pork will be available for pickup at the Winthrop Market (the town grocery store) in Winthrop, MN. We will give each buyer notice when their hog goes in with the date and time it will be available for pick-up (this will typically be about 10 days in advance of pick-up). There will be some wiggle room on pick-up date, but to keep the freezer from overflowing, please act quickly! To get in on the first round, please put your order in by Friday, May 1st, 2020. Later orders will be accepted but may take longer to prepare! 

    Please note that, due to a lack of butchers’ capacity at this time (everyone with excess livestock are going to butchers!), orders could be staggered out through the next few weeks or months.

    By our best estimates, we believe a four-door sedan could hold 1 (possibly 2) hogs worth of pork while a pick- up truck could hold 4 (possibly 5) hogs worth of pork.

    If you would like to place an order, please fill out the Google form below, and feel free to reach out to me (chaddavidberg@gmail.com; (651) 757-6464) or Kellie Sloot (yesterdayskitchen@gmail.com) with any questions. Thank you for your interest!

    Order Form: https://forms.gle/dqUvmejazmEDn3kL7
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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #9 on: April 28, 2020, 09:07:02 AM »
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  • This is just Phase 2 of the program.  Phase 1 was unemploying people.  Phase 2 is to starve them. ... all so that people will be begging for the vaccine.

    Main grocery store chains around here are largely out of meat.  Thankfully we know of this independent farm and butcher shop here in Amish country that still has supply, and not many people know about it ... just the locals.

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #10 on: April 28, 2020, 09:38:58 AM »
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  • Sounds like BUTCHERS would be the real heroes! They keep us fed.

    Other so-called heroes (at least certain nurses) are busy jive dancing in the hospital hallways. They can keep dancing and take a long jump off a short pier, right into the lake.

    I don't see or hear about nurses overworked thanks to COVID -- what I do see, again and again, is social media posts of them fooling around with nothing to do. Heroes my butt!

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #11 on: April 28, 2020, 10:14:26 AM »
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  • soft Holodomor coming ... maybe a lot worse ... this is only the beginning ... hell is coming.

    This morning I saw a guy in his 20s standing at an intersection with a "will work for food" sign. First time I've ever seen anyone there with that type of thing.

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
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  • Sounds like BUTCHERS would be the real heroes! They keep us fed.

    Other so-called heroes (at least certain nurses) are busy jive dancing in the hospital hallways. They can keep dancing and take a long jump off a short pier, right into the lake.

    I don't see or hear about nurses overworked thanks to COVID -- what I do see, again and again, is social media posts of them fooling around with nothing to do. Heroes my butt!

    Lots of medical professionals are getting laid off ... because they cancelled all "non-essential" procedures.

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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
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  • An even better deal from a farmer in southern Minnesota:

    The Situation:
    Unfortunately, the coronavirus has affected us all in so many different ways. With the recent closing of the Smithfield, Tyson, and other meat processing plants, farmers everywhere have been left with large sums of livestock with nowhere to go while consumers are preparing for meat shortages in grocery stores. The CEO of the Minnesota Pork Board estimated that farmers will have to euthanize 200,000 hogs in the state over the next several weeks.

    The Sloot family has owned a small hog farm for over 60 years, and they currently have over 600 hogs on their farm in Winthrop, MN that they are seeking to sell to processors or consumers over the next few weeks. This number will increase over time if the meat processing facilities remain closed.

    Please consider purchasing a fully butchered and processed hog from them in these strange and difficult times, and please spread the word to anyone you think may be interested.

    The Black Angus of Pork:
    The family prides itself on its relationship with Compart Family Farms (https://www.compartduroc.com/) where it sells the majority of its pork. Compart Family Farm pork, aka the Black Angus of Pork, is known for its premium quality and sells to top tier restaurants such as Manny’s Steakhouse (Minneapolis), Smoak BBQ (Rochester), and OMC Smokehouse (Duluth).

    Each hog comes to market weighing approximately 280 lbs and yields roughly 110 – 120 lbs of pork (more if people order very specific cuts). As with all meat, exact yields are difficult to estimate but you will receive the butcher’s standard of pork quantity according to a 1 hog or 1⁄2 hog order. The family is offering portions of a whole hog or a half hog. Please see below for rough estimates of what that may look like.

    The official order form (link on the following page) allows you to select precisely what you want!

    Whole Hog Package:
    Front Shoulder Cut – Steak / Roast (14 lbs)
    Pork Loin – Tenderloin / Bone-in Pork Chops / Boneless Pork Chops (16 lbs)
    Hind Legs – Steak / Fresh Ham Roast / Bone-in Smoked Ham (30 lbs)
    Pork Belly – Smoked Bacon / Fresh Side Pork (22 lbs)
    Ground Pork (27 lbs) Spare Ribs (6 lbs)

    1⁄2 Hog Package:
    Front Shoulder Cut – Steak / Roast (7 lbs)
    Pork Loin – Tenderloin / Bone-in Pork Chops / Boneless Pork Chops (8 lbs)
    Hind Legs – Steak / Fresh Ham Roast / Bone-in Smoked Ham (15 lbs)
    Pork Belly – Smoked Bacon / Fresh Side Pork (11 lbs)
    Ground Pork (14 lbs) Spare Ribs (3 lbs)
              
    Payment:
    The cost of a whole hog is $260 and a half hog is $130. Please pay via check at pickup. Checks can be made out to “John Sloot Inc.” This cost covers the market price of the hog as well as processing and packaging.

    Also note that at current market prices, the family is still losing money on each hog they sell. If you are able, please consider adding a little extra!

    Delivery / Pick-Up:
    The pork will be available for pickup at the Winthrop Market (the town grocery store) in Winthrop, MN. We will give each buyer notice when their hog goes in with the date and time it will be available for pick-up (this will typically be about 10 days in advance of pick-up). There will be some wiggle room on pick-up date, but to keep the freezer from overflowing, please act quickly! To get in on the first round, please put your order in by Friday, May 1st, 2020. Later orders will be accepted but may take longer to prepare!

    Please note that, due to a lack of butchers’ capacity at this time (everyone with excess livestock are going to butchers!), orders could be staggered out through the next few weeks or months.

    By our best estimates, we believe a four-door sedan could hold 1 (possibly 2) hogs worth of pork while a pick- up truck could hold 4 (possibly 5) hogs worth of pork.

    If you would like to place an order, please fill out the Google form below, and feel free to reach out to me (chaddavidberg@gmail.com; (651) 757-6464) or Kellie Sloot (yesterdayskitchen@gmail.com) with any questions. Thank you for your interest!

    Order Form: https://forms.gle/dqUvmejazmEDn3kL7

    Check this out:

    I just got off the phone with this farmer, and he said he received such an overwhelming response that this program is suspended.

    But it is not suspended because he ran out of hogs (the orders he took only covered a fraction of his herd), but because he does not have enough butchers to keep up with demand!

    This means that he will still likely end up having to euthanize most of the herd (unless someone wants to process/package the pig themselves), because the pigs will continue to grow, and Tyson was one of the only companies that would accept 300lb hogs, and they closed).

    So by the time he can process and sell (thereby freeing up storage space) the ones he took orders for , most of his herd will not be marketable (ie., 300lb+ pigs have too much fat to be marketable, and nobody wants to pay for fat), so he will have to shoot them all.

    Keep in mind this same paradox/dilemma is being repeated by cattle, foul, produce, and dairy farmers all over America (and all for plants shutting down over a fraudulent virus about as deadly as the chicken pox)!

    Ps: As panic reaches new heights today, with mainstream media broadcasting the coming shortages, I might make my wY down to a Walmart to make a YouTube video of depleted shelves, questions to customers (masked and unmasked) to get their opinions on the whole situation, and upload it in the next couple days.
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    Re: Something fishy - what is Tyson up to?
    « Reply #14 on: April 28, 2020, 10:28:08 AM »
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  • The zombies will be in such despair in their hunger, destitution, and starvation, they'll start eating each other. Predictive programming through allegory, and mockery of future victims, is part of the Jewish-produced and written TV show The Walking Dead. Theme is a pandemic causing zombies to eat other people, and even hungry people eating other people.


     

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