Moonboot on R2 no more livestock or farming!

if people want to eat gloop produced in a factory, let them, just remind them that Cadburys at Marlbrook near Leominster was allowing Salmonella to be present in it's chocolate bars! If all our food is produced in a few factories what are the chances for this causing no end of problems, not a robust system at all!

 

CornishTone

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Funny, the one bloke who came on with a sensible, well reasoned argument against Moonbat, was unceremoniously cut short by Jeremy Whine and a raging vegan was put on. Then to argue against the raging vegan was an idiot who couldn’t string a sentence together other than “YOU’LL NEVER STOP ME EATING MEAT!”

Ever get the feeling we’re being set up?!?!
 
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Funny, the one bloke who came on with a sensible, well reasoned argument against Moonbat, was unceremoniously cut short by Jeremy Whine and a raging vegan was put on. Then to argue against the raging vegan was an idiot who couldn’t string a sentence together other than “YOU’LL NEVER STOP ME EATING MEAT!”

Ever get the feeling we’re being set up?!?!

This sort of crap is why I can't bring myself to pay a licence fee anymore.

There is no depth of argument just fecking loons constantly. Whether is covid, blm, veganism, climate change its one load of rubbish after another
 

unlacedgecko

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I heard it and switched off. Cannot stand this bloke and his stupid ideas and misinformation. He is arguably worse than Packham. Has anyone looked into his income to see if he is being paid by these big sludge making companies


He declares all his income here.
 

unlacedgecko

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He's certainly led an interesting life.

 

texelburger

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Herefordshire
Funny, the one bloke who came on with a sensible, well reasoned argument against Moonbat, was unceremoniously cut short by Jeremy Whine and a raging vegan was put on. Then to argue against the raging vegan was an idiot who couldn’t string a sentence together other than “YOU’LL NEVER STOP ME EATING MEAT!”

Ever get the feeling we’re being set up?!?!
I think the BBC certainly have an anti meat agenda and do have bias in their reporting and interviews. There probably was a media savvy person who rang the programme to counteract Georgie boy but they probably chose somebody less versed on the topic instead.
So, yes, I think we are being set up.
 

CornishTone

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Location
Cornwall
I think the BBC certainly have an anti meat agenda and do have bias in their reporting and interviews. There probably was a media savvy person who rang the programme to counteract Georgie boy but they probably chose somebody less versed on the topic instead.
So, yes, I think we are being set up.
Also, reason and common sense don't make good radio! Much more entertaining for the masses to have a ranting Karen bellowing their ill-informed opinions at us than speaking to someone who might actually have a cogent argument.
 

Nithsdale Farmer

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Livestock Farmer
I think the BBC certainly have an anti meat agenda and do have bias in their reporting and interviews. There probably was a media savvy person who rang the programme to counteract Georgie boy but they probably chose somebody less versed on the topic instead.
So, yes, I think we are being set up.


The BBC is nothing more than the propaganda machine of UK Government, always has been.

Stop blaming the BBC for all this - it is Westminster's agenda to end UK agriculture. Factory meat? No doubt most top brass politicians are invested in the companies which would make the 'food' - just like they are in the American medical companies they keep giving contracts to as part of TTIP....
 

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HSENI names new farm safety champions

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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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