How in the world did this powerful anti-beef, anti-free enterprise, UN monster get control of our beef industry? The short answer is that a vast majority of the beef producers in the nation, as represented by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association are merely ignorant of the threat from the Sustainable policy
“Meat consumption is devastating some of the world’s most valuable and vulnerable regions, due to the vast amount of land needed to produce animal feed.”
That quote is from a report issued by the radical World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the top three most influential environmental groups in the world. For years the WWF has been working to force us to stop eating meat and replace it with Soy products. So what you say? Empty threat? Not going to happen? Then you had better listen to what I’m about to tell you. The World Wildlife Fund has succeeded in taking over the American Cattle Industry!
- They have created the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.
- It comes with an endless list of rules to control how cattlemen are to operate – and those rules increase costs, and make it nearly impossible for small farmers to operate.
- They have succeeded in getting the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association to endorse the Roundtable’s crazy rules.
- And the Roundtable now controls the beef packing industry which in turn controls the entire beef retail market. Cattlemen either toe the WWF dictates or are cut out of the industry.
The Roundtable plans come with a strict set of “principles” that are right out of Agenda 21. The “principles must be considered in their entirety.”
- The rules take away the farmer’s right to control his own property. Instead, the farmer is forced to deal with the introduction of predators like wolves and bears. The WWF calls that “biological diversity.”
- The rules disallow farmers to use water that runs through their own land –yet demand that the cattle be well fed and watered.
- The rules even demand that the farmer provide “thermal comfort” – housing – for herds of hundreds or even thousands of cattle.
- These rules ignore that fact that American cattlemen have always produced the highest grade of beef in the world – just by using a process that has been used by their forefathers for generations.
The real result of these rules isn’t to produce a better beef product – but to destroy small producers and drive the industry to the massive corporate farms that can afford to play ball with the World Wildlife Fund.
The World Wildlife Fund has openly stated its opposition to beef production.
They insist that to “Save the Earth it is demanded that we change human consumption habits away from beef.”