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We get some of quite a few of these packer lovers up here in Canada to Hey. Maybe you guys could recuit old cowman to your packer propoganda of the month club.

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rkaiser posted Aug 28, 2005 8:39
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Great stuff cowman. It is the typical human arguement tactic to back someone off who is making a legitimate claim. "It" being, "pull out the Blame Game". No cowman Cargil and Tyson are not to BLAME. But they are certainly taking full advantage of the rules. AND they are certainly a big part of the rule making process.

It is just like the debate over packer ownership. It may seem fair and right for packers to own cattle and maybe it's just an accident that markets are changed due to this ownership of cattle. Give me a break.

We all know that progress in politics and law making is something that happens with time and a hell of a lot of energy. Energy at every level. Energy even at the level of our very own ABP and CCA. We all know the steps that have been taken in the last few years to include packer representatives in the ABP/CCA debate and decision making process. Add to the the influence pressure put on producers by the financial forces of the packers.By the way, how many of you know that the current vice chairman of CBEF is an American Cargill employee. That's CANADIAN Beef Export Federation.

Now keep going up the ladder and tell me that Cargill has less political power in this world than the Government of Canada.

These guys are big business at it's finest. They have think tanks working every day to decide what they want to happen 10 years from now, and think tanks spreading word to the media to make beleivers out of guys like cowman.

If we are going to survive in this "legal and legitimate" world we must be wise and even manipulative just like our "worthy opponents." Yes our opponents. Cargill and Tyson are simply taking what they can get from us. To me that is far from integration.

farmer_son is right. Competition is the key. There is demand for the high quality product that Canada has to offer, and it's time we offered it ourselves rather than surrender this "diamond" to the jeweler.
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rkaiser said:
We get some of quite a few of these packer lovers up here in Canada to Hey. Maybe you guys could recuit old cowman to your packer propoganda of the month club.

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rkaiser posted Aug 28, 2005 8:39
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Great stuff cowman. It is the typical human arguement tactic to back someone off who is making a legitimate claim. "It" being, "pull out the Blame Game". No cowman Cargil and Tyson are not to BLAME. But they are certainly taking full advantage of the rules. AND they are certainly a big part of the rule making process.

It is just like the debate over packer ownership. It may seem fair and right for packers to own cattle and maybe it's just an accident that markets are changed due to this ownership of cattle. Give me a break.

We all know that progress in politics and law making is something that happens with time and a hell of a lot of energy. Energy at every level. Energy even at the level of our very own ABP and CCA. We all know the steps that have been taken in the last few years to include packer representatives in the ABP/CCA debate and decision making process. Add to the the influence pressure put on producers by the financial forces of the packers.By the way, how many of you know that the current vice chairman of CBEF is an American Cargill employee. That's CANADIAN Beef Export Federation.

Now keep going up the ladder and tell me that Cargill has less political power in this world than the Government of Canada.

These guys are big business at it's finest. They have think tanks working every day to decide what they want to happen 10 years from now, and think tanks spreading word to the media to make beleivers out of guys like cowman.

If we are going to survive in this "legal and legitimate" world we must be wise and even manipulative just like our "worthy opponents." Yes our opponents. Cargill and Tyson are simply taking what they can get from us. To me that is far from integration.

farmer_son is right. Competition is the key. There is demand for the high quality product that Canada has to offer, and it's time we offered it ourselves rather than surrender this "diamond" to the jeweler.
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People who cannot compete complain and blame others for their lack of management skills. Enough said about this subject.
 

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rkaiser said:
Confusious say - People who kiss packers butts think they know everything.

Confucious say; "those who cannot compete blame others for their misfortune."
 

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Sure like that "blame" word don't you Agman. Too bad you can't read. The post to start this thread talked about blame, and the typical reponse of followers like yourself.
 

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