“No Kill” Meat Producers
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standswittaknife 12-Jun-22
butcherboy 13-Jun-22
Bowbender 13-Jun-22
Missouribreaks 13-Jun-22
DanaC 13-Jun-22
Treeline 13-Jun-22
samman 13-Jun-22
Huntcell 13-Jun-22
RonP 13-Jun-22
APauls 13-Jun-22
Missouribreaks 13-Jun-22
spike78 13-Jun-22
smarba 13-Jun-22
Missouribreaks 13-Jun-22
smarba 13-Jun-22
spike78 13-Jun-22
smarba 13-Jun-22
DanaC 13-Jun-22
12yards 13-Jun-22
azelkhntr 13-Jun-22
Babysaph 13-Jun-22
Keith 13-Jun-22
Dano 13-Jun-22
HDE 13-Jun-22
hawkeye in PA 13-Jun-22
azelkhntr 13-Jun-22
butcherboy 13-Jun-22
12yards 13-Jun-22
Missouribreaks 13-Jun-22
HDE 13-Jun-22
Woods Walker 18-Jun-22
8point 18-Jun-22
ELKMAN 18-Jun-22
IdyllwildArcher 18-Jun-22
azelkhntr 18-Jun-22
gflight 18-Jun-22
beemann 19-Jun-22
shade mt 19-Jun-22
Woods Walker 19-Jun-22
DiRTY MiKE 19-Jun-22
shade mt 19-Jun-22
Woods Walker 19-Jun-22
Dano 19-Jun-22
azelkhntr 19-Jun-22
HDE 19-Jun-22
Dano 19-Jun-22
12-Jun-22

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Crazy to think this is what will be considered meat some day..

From: butcherboy
13-Jun-22
Ridiculous! If they are worried about all the methane gas livestock produce what are they going to do with all the livestock when there is no need to slaughter them anymore? They will continue to breed. Are they going to slaughter them all and try to make them extinct? Lol the left just makes me shake my head more and more with all the dumb stuff they say and do.

From: Bowbender
13-Jun-22
"The consumption of conventional meat in rich nations must fall dramatically to beat the climate crisis, scientists say. "

Rich nation = United States. Ain't about climate crisis or other such bravo sierra...it's about reducing the US to third world nation status. You know, the kind that goes begging for baby formula and oil.

13-Jun-22
Animal methane production will simply be shifted to other countries, just as is happening with carbon loss, mining, oil and other natural resources. Tax American producers, send the problem (along with jobs and profits) elsewhere, but do not solve the issue.

From: DanaC
13-Jun-22
We (US) may eat more meat per person but there are a heckuva lot of hungry people in Asia. They ain't all gonna eat tofu!

From: Treeline
13-Jun-22
What a truly sick concept. Growing fake meat in vats! Horrible!

The whole premise is flawed. Show me the energy and mass balance for producing this fake meat in vats. Guaranteed it will cost vastly more energy, have more nasty waste products, and produce more methane than God provided animals.

This is all part of a global Communist agenda to force everyone into the Globalist ideal. America, crippled as we currently are, is still the last best nation and place on this planet. The globalists want to destroy it.

From: samman
13-Jun-22
What kind of long term side effects could come from eating "cultured" meat made in a vat?

From: Huntcell
13-Jun-22
Maybe can get those subsidized evasive moo cows out of elk wallows and off National Forest.

From: RonP
13-Jun-22
part of an agenda to eliminate a way of life, political class, and create more dependence. the logging industry that made so many small towns prosperous is another example of what the left has destroyed.

as mentioned above, i'd like to see the net benefit. there is none. same with electric cars when you factor in the mining of raw materials and waste.

From: APauls
13-Jun-22
What could possibly go wrong.

These are the same types of people that advocated for eating an egg without the yoke, eating vitamins and shakes is just as healthy as real food, and yet these people are always unhealthy. All the benefits of bone broth....all the benefits of eating cartilage and the stuff in joints...that surprisingly is good for.... - your JOINTS!

Weird shocker. When God made the earth he put the healthiest stuff for our bodies that comes right out of the ground and walks on top of it. What is consistently the unhealthiest foods you can put in your body? All the stuff that man bastardizes. No thanks. Why would I try and eat a million different micro-nutrients one at a time as opposed to eating wholesome foods to that I don't have to manage each individual micronutrient.

Can't imagine what would happen if they had a bacterial contamination in there.

13-Jun-22
I do not see anything wrong with alternatives, we all can make our personal choices.

From: spike78
13-Jun-22
It won’t be an alternative just like gas vehicles won’t be an option in the future.

From: smarba
13-Jun-22
Soylent Green

13-Jun-22
I think we are a ways away, but you are likely correct. Life will however go on.

From: smarba
13-Jun-22
The more I think about it, if they can grow some antlers for me in a separate vat...sign me up LOL

From: spike78
13-Jun-22
Smarba they will probably just ban hunting altogether. Hell why do you think they are protecting predators so much. The future Utopia is gonna suck for us all. Probably won’t be able to fish with hooks either.

From: smarba
13-Jun-22
Agreed spike78. End goal is no hunting. period.

From: DanaC
13-Jun-22

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This is a quote from :"The Android's Dream", a sci-fi novel by John Scalzi. Published in 2006, so you have an idea how long this 'concept' has been floating around. (And one of the funniest books ever. The first line alone is classic.)

"Dirk Moeller came from a long line of carnivores and proudly ate animal flesh at every meal. Most people didn't do that anymore. And when they did eat meat, they picked out a tube of vatted meat product, made from cultivated tissue that never required the butchering of an animal, or even the participation of any sort of animal outside of the purely mythical. The best selling vetted meat product on the market was something called Kingston's Bison Boar™, some godforsaken agglomeration of bovine and pig genes stretched across a cartilaginous scaffolding and immersed in a nutrient broth until it grew into something that was meatlike without being meaty, paler than veal, lean as a lizard and so animal friendly that even strict vegetarians didn't mind tucking in a Bison Boar Burger™ or two when the mood struck them. Kingston's corporate mascot was a pig with a bison shag and horns, frying up burgers on a hibachi, winking at the customer in third-quarter profile, licking its lips in anticipation of devouring its own fictional flesh. The thing was damned creepy."

From: 12yards
13-Jun-22
This is why if they discover a fountain of youth, I don't think I'd drink from it.

From: azelkhntr
13-Jun-22
Slops for the masses.

From: Babysaph
13-Jun-22
Well we are letting it happen

From: Keith
13-Jun-22
I have questions:

Who is monitoring these cattle farts? There are about 7 times the number of people on this planet than cattle. Is anyone worried about how much gas people produce?

From: Dano
13-Jun-22
Will kill testoterone forever. Thats the goal here most likely.

I keep eatin fresh dead critters thanks. like my fore fathers

Dano

From: HDE
13-Jun-22
This is as foolish as complete reliability on "green energy". You don't get the same nutrient chemistry with manufactured protein. Anyone who says different should seek repayment of their PhD tuition...

13-Jun-22
Beans will be next.

From: azelkhntr
13-Jun-22

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From: butcherboy
13-Jun-22
Keith, my family is always worried about how much gas I produce. They always let me know for some reason.

From: 12yards
13-Jun-22
Prior to cows, did buffalo not fart?

13-Jun-22
This is simply America's war on ranching and farming.

From: HDE
13-Jun-22

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This involves "killing", but you get the idea...

From: Woods Walker
18-Jun-22

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If it's methane gas they're really worried about, then STOP THE POLITICIANS FROM TALKING!!!

From: 8point
18-Jun-22
This must make the non GMO peoples heads spin

From: ELKMAN
18-Jun-22
ridiculous

18-Jun-22
Have these folks not seen "The Matrix?" Judas Iscariot will always go for the steak and it'll all be for naught!

From: azelkhntr
18-Jun-22

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From: gflight
18-Jun-22
Go ahead and eat that stuff...

For the planet, but remember....

""We also didn’t know that the partially hydrogenated oils in Crisco—the trans fatty acids—were bad for us. In fairness to P&G, they didn’t know this either, not at first. But when reports of problems began to appear—problems like increased heart disease, increased cancer, growth problems, learning disorders and infertility—P&G worked behind the scenes to cover them up.4 One scientist who worked for P&G, Dr. Fred Mattson, can be credited with presenting the US government’s inconclusive Lipid Research Clinics Trials to the public as proof that animal fats caused heart disease. He was also one of the baleful influences that persuaded the American Heart Association to preach the phony gospel of the Lipid Hypothesis.""

From: beemann
19-Jun-22
Why is everything a global communist conspiracy theory with some of you guys. It’s enough to refer to this as stupidity of the highest degree.

From: shade mt
19-Jun-22
Stuff just keeps getting more and more weird.

Whether people realize it or not...your being conditioned, slowly brainwashed, what was once taboo, is now accepted, because you've been conditioned to accept it.

Slowly, little by little, until after awhile normal becomes abnormal, and vice versa.....and people don't even see it.

Today's red meat, will be tomorrows taboo food, and man made, synthetic meat will be the norm.

Man is his own worst enemy.....and we are to dumb to even realize it.

From: Woods Walker
19-Jun-22
"Man is his own worst enemy.....and we are to dumb to even realize it."

^^^^^ X1000!!!

And add to this the, "I can't define what a woman is, I'm not a biologist".

I was aware of what a "woman" was when I was 10. And I DID NOT have be "taught" it by a biologist either!

19-Jun-22

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Beeman said -Why is everything a global communist conspiracy theory with some of you guys. It’s enough to refer to this as stupidity of the highest degree.

Beeman is definitely one of those chi com computer bots. Nice try comrade.

From: shade mt
19-Jun-22
We are not all "indoctrinated" yet.

wife and I were just discussing our red meat supply, what we will be running low on come fall etc....we still rely heavily on venison, so supply and demand definetly determine how many tags I buy and use.

Even amongst hunters, meat hunting is not well thought of by some.

I like a big trophy buck as much as the next guy, and I pass on my share, but when the freezer needs meat...I'm thinking, steaks,roast, burger, bologna etc...

There is NO synthetic meat found here...to each his own, but I'll take my steak, medium, to medium rare.

Not synthetic.

From: Woods Walker
19-Jun-22
If enough people start eating synthetic meat, in a generation you'll be seeing new types of cancer and other weird diseases in humans that were previously unknown!

Let's see....comes from a lab, promoted by the government, and the "green communists" are telling us we HAVE TO do it to save the world. What could possibly go wrong?

From: Dano
19-Jun-22
Im interested t in the cricket farms in Canada for use in this industry.

Cricket protien in flour form. There you have it folks.

Cunnuck crickets instead of that porterhouse for you guys.

I saw that cricket warehouse farm in Ontario.

DanO

From: azelkhntr
19-Jun-22
When I think of the uses for a bug its always on the end of a hook.

From: HDE
19-Jun-22
The real conspiracy theorist's are those elected to office that have worn out their welcome. They think everyone is out to get them or overthrow them...

From: Dano
19-Jun-22

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Crickets

DanO

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