Posted: February 2, 2015 in beef, Carnivore!, chicken, Food, pork
Tags: beef, chicken, food, GMO, humane, pork
I think many of those that don’t think GMO’s are a bad deal probably don’t really understand the situation.
My friends at FireFly Farms in Stonington, Connecticut (www.fireflyfarmsllc.com), understand GMO’s better than most. They raise heritage breeds of pork, pastured chickens, and rare cattle. They are family owned and certified humane. You should follow them on Facebook.
Max Mule, by Kelly Milukas
This was a recent post on FireFly owner Van Brown’s Facebook page. I’m reprinting with his permission. It’s simple and to the point.
I have been thinking about the debate on GMO’s and labeling.
Let’s imagine a world where there are two types of pudding cups.
The Blue Pudding Cup definitely will not hurt your kid.
The corporation that makes The Red Pudding Cup states that all the negative tests about The Red Pudding Cup are wrong and they have made lots of tests themselves showing that The Red Pudding cup is okay.
You know The Blue Pudding Cup is safe. There are tests both ways, remembering that many of the tests were funded by The Red Pudding Cup Corporation, so the best you can know is The Red Pudding Cup pudding will probably not hurt your kid. At least according to The Red Pudding Cup Corporation.
You know one pudding cup is okay for your children. You have to have a question about the other pudding cup.
Which pudding cup would you buy to feed to your child?
One last thought?
Would it be okay for The Red Pudding cup to put their pudding into a Blue Pudding Cup so no one would know which type of pudding they are feeding their children… your children?