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Shrill, Unwarranted Attacks on Consumer Confidence in Beef

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Is R-CALF wrong to attack consumer confidence in BEEF?

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Denny Blowers said:
fedup2 said:
First of all, I haven't seen a more loaded poll question in my life! Why not ask the next poll to be: Is it correct for the ncba to keep flip-flopping on issues and not back themselves up?

You know I'm not a R-Calfer and never have been. I think they were out of line with there BSE finger pointing and some of Tribes statements were downright stupid. All I have ever preached on this forum was 'beef is safe'! As far as the NCBA, I have lost total confidence in them.

What are people like Tam doing on a thread about beef confidence? She is the biggest finger pointing anti-US beef person I have ever read! Every time she posts her BS about US beef, she gets an atta girl from half the posters on this thread who are now pointing fingers at R-Calf! There is a word for these type of people!
I asked her to provide proof one time, as to her statements. She came back with, :A cow 'may' have been contaminated, it 'may' not have had the srms removed, and all the meat 'may' not have been recovered! This was the concrete proof that she used to claim US beef was unsafe! BS!

Now these same people who spread this BS are pointing fingers at R-Calf! I will guarantee you that if R-Calf had used any other approach then beef is unsafe, I would be a member tomorrow!


Also they are always accuseing us of switching the ID tag did anyone know that the canadian government did DNA tests on the washington cow and matched it with DNA on the ID tag.This comes from a USDA employee who spent 3 weeks in Washington state after the fact.

Did anyone know?
Probably not many Americans but most major news source in Canada reported it. What is also commonly known is that the animal that the tag SUPPOSEDLY came from was DNA'd to the SIRE. Within the dairy industry there is an extremely small genetic base where 100's of thousands of cows came from that same sire.
 
Denny, what do you mean the DNA from the tag? They did match her through DNA parentage tests to the herd of origin, from the tag being registered to that same herd. It would be a great identification system to have DNA/info. wrote or programed onto the RFID tags, but to my knowledge there are no approved RFID tags in Canada yet that are "writable", meaning having the ability to add info. with a scanner/writer.
 
Denny Blowers said:
hEY GUEST

They matched the DNA FROM THE TAG TO THE COW PERIOD....

If you have proof of this many people a hell of a lot more informed than you would like to see it. None has been offered by any parties so far except that the cow in question matched the DNA profile back to the sire.

Appropriate last name by the way.
 
Anonymous said:
Denny Blowers said:
hEY GUEST

They matched the DNA FROM THE TAG TO THE COW PERIOD....

If you have proof of this many people a hell of a lot more informed than you would like to see it. None has been offered by any parties so far except that the cow in question matched the DNA profile back to the sire.

Appropriate last name by the way.


Boy I never heard that before your a sharp one.. :eek: :eek: :eek:
 
Denny Blowers said:
Anonymous said:
Denny Blowers said:
hEY GUEST

They matched the DNA FROM THE TAG TO THE COW PERIOD....

If you have proof of this many people a hell of a lot more informed than you would like to see it. None has been offered by any parties so far except that the cow in question matched the DNA profile back to the sire.

Appropriate last name by the way.


Boy I never heard that before your a sharp one.. :eek: :eek: :eek:

Well where is your PROOF?

The dam of the Washington cow animal was dead with no DNA on file. No DNA was reconstructed from siblings so she was only parentage verified back to the AI sire which was commonly used throughout both countries.
There is absolutely zero credibility in your original post Mr. Blowers.
 
Anonymous said:
It is not just the Canadian government that is thinking that Mr. Blowers.

I know that all I was saying is that they made the connection of the DNA on the tag to the cow in question.Maybe if you werny so dishonest you wouldny ASSume everyone else is.
 

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