Recently, we’ve received numerous questions and concerns about the possibility of using mRNA vaccines for our livestock.
In short, our answer is ABSOLUTELY NOT!
IMPORTANT TO NOTE ABOUT mRNA VACCINES:
There’s an ongoing discussion about introducing mRNA vaccines for domesticated food animals. We want to make it clear to our customers that we have no intention of vaccinating our animals with mRNA vaccines. While vaccinations have their time and place, we believe in using them judiciously.
Our cattle are raised in an environment where they can express their natural behaviors, and the need for vaccines is significantly reduced, if not eliminated. Our cattle only ever have mom’s milk & grasses their entire lives. We go beyond organic to the roots of how they were intended to be raised.
It’s worth noting that more than 80% of antibiotics produced today are consumed by domesticated food animals. Despite the various antibiotics prescribed for humans, less than 20% of the total production is directed towards human use. Given this scenario, it seems logical for vaccine companies to target the animal agriculture market to boost their profits.
While the possibility of legislation remains uncertain, the influence of Big Pharma on Big Ag cannot be ignored. Multinational meat companies might opt to mandate mRNA vaccines if they prove financially beneficial, irrespective of legal regulations.
In conclusion, we reject a one-size-fits-all approach for our health and livestock. We are committed to not introducing vaccinations for our livestock and raising our cattle free from antibiotics, hormones, or any additives that attempt to impact its nutrient density. We believe in transparency and want our customers to know our stance. In the event of a surge in demand for livestock products without mRNA vaccines, we will prioritize fulfilling orders for our loyal members and employees.