[Market-farming] New Milk Label

Jill Taylor Bussiere jdt at itol.com
Thu Nov 6 14:36:34 EST 2003


You know, when I was reading, I thought, "Matrix" - so yeah, that came
through.

Sometimes I think we are already half way there to the Matrix, with reality
fabricated and fed to us through the media and our own selfishness.

On the positive side, as we know, there are folks out there working on
marketing grass fed organic meet, and organic and BGH free milk - and
customers want it.

We also know that environmental regulations that used to be enforced
stimulate agricultural entrepreneurs to come up with ever more
biodegradable, earth friendly, and healthy products!

There is much good going on along with that Matrix stuff!
                                    Jill


----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul A. Bock" <bockpa at plesh.com>
To: "'Market Farming'" <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 1:30 PM
Subject: RE: [Market-farming] New Milk Label


> Wow!! that's disgusting.  I bet they will come out with bionic cow units
> next.  An altered organism that has plumbing fittings.  They will pump in
a
> ground up blend of nutrients and water.  A pipe fitting out the back will
be
> hooked to the waste disposal system.  An auxiliary system will remove milk
> from another fitting.  They will decide that the "cow" in this system
> doesn't need a brain, legs, eyes, or muscle.  In fact they won't even
bother
> with a skeleton because it detracts from the calcium content of the milk.
> So you will have a fleshy blob with hose fittings.  Maybe they could even
do
> away with lungs, you'll have a specialized blood handling system to supply
> oxygen to this organism.  This specialized blood handling system will make
> it easier to automatically inject the recommended anti-biotics and
> performance hormones.  They will trigger milk production without ever
> freshening a cow, they will tease the biology with chemicals the way
people
> trigger cutting to root with rooting hormones.  And this whole system will
> be so neat and organized that you could do it in a vacant office building.
> Millions of these "C.O.W." units in a downtown block.  How's that for
local
> food.
>
> Okay, Okay.. Maybe I have been watching too much of "The Matrix"
>
> --Paul Bock
> --Stone Gully
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: market-farming-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org
> [mailto:market-farming-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org]On Behalf Of Jill
> Taylor Bussiere
> Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 2:01 PM
> To: Market Farming
> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] New Milk Lable
>
>
> Wow. I checked it out.  Pretty abominable.   I note that they don't label
> their milk "cow friendly".
>
> Funding from Monsanto towards the Heritage Foundation, by chance?:^)
>                                     Jill
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lucy Goodman" <goodows at infinet.com>
>
> Subject: [Market-farming] New Milk Lable
>
>
> > The Hudson Institute (the entity who brought us Dennis Avery) has their
> > own Earth "friendly" label for Milk.
> >
> > This URL 'splains it all
> >
> > http://www.earthfarmfriendly.com/certification_elements.htm
> >
> > Lucy Goodman
> > Boulder Belt Organics
>
> > "There is no way to peace---peace is the way."
> > A.J. Muste
>
>
>
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