By CBC News
Some Prince Edward Island cattle farmers say the system for tracing animals for food safety reasons is becoming too difficult and expensive. The National Farmer’s Union says it could mean some small producers just give up.
Cattle farmers like Elwin Wyand are required to put small electronic ID tags on all their animals so that if there was an outbreak of disease — such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy — it would be easier to trace the source.
This 80-minute interview by Dr. Mercola of Dr. Shiv Chopra, author of Corrupt to the Core, significantly contributes to the global movement to end hunger. Take the “most toxic food system” on Earth — that of the US and Canada, he says — and let it die a natural death because we no longer buy its product. Instead, implement his “five pillars of food safety.” Stop complaining to the fox that there are not enough chickens in the henhouse. “The fox is not listening.” Take matters into your own hands. I’m not going to give up the secret – listen to the entire interview.
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