Moonboot on R2 no more livestock or farming!

Wants no animals or farmed area !All food products produced from a factory .Has a book to sell ! Shocking


The Moron has had Cancer.

I would have thought it would drum some sense into the idiot.

The net result from factory food will be lots of Cancer, lots of dietry problems, lots of long term issues such as Rickits, Dementia etc. Diseases that take decades to take hold but if the recipe is there in the factory food a lot more people will get it - because they can't avoid it because of Moron.

After 100+ years of junk food, pretty evident those running factories care only about their bank balance.
 

Nithsdale Farmer

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Livestock Farmer
The Moron has had Cancer.

I would have thought it would drum some sense into the idiot.

The net result from factory food will be lots of Cancer, lots of dietry problems, lots of long term issues such as Rickits, Dementia etc. Diseases that take decades to take hold but if the recipe is there in the factory food a lot more people will get it - because they can't avoid it because of Moron.

After 100+ years of junk food, pretty evident those running factories care only about their bank balance.



All it ever comes down to. Those pushing it have vested interests and only care about £££££. They couldn't give a toss about the long term health implications
 

PSQ

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Arable Farmer
Location
Scottish Borders
He has absolutely no concept of the unintended consequences of his aims.

Remove all livestock, and what would happen to insect numbers, the numbers of species who feed on insects, and those species that live and thrive on a grassland habitat?
As that grassland morphs into a pine forrest to allow corporations to ‘offset’ their guilt, just watch as Monbiots finger wags ever faster at farmers.

We’re already accused of causing a massive decline in insects which suspiciously tracks the decline of mixed farming in the lowlands. As livestock numbers reduce further I wonder if the lights will go on behind vegan eyes as to their disastrous role in the changing pattern of wildlife in the countryside.
 
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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.

Exactly - where was someone to say how important meat and animal products are for a good diet (maybe zoe harcombe or ivor cummins)? Where was the person to talk about farming history/ how reliable food supply has been etc?

No, its just a one way thing
 

Muddyroads

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NFFN Member
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Exeter, Devon

He declares all his income here.
Interesting to see that he gets paid a contributors fee by the BBC most months. He strikes me as being a bit like Vine in that he’s intelligent enough to know what buttons to press in order to get a reaction. He’ll know there’s no way the populous will eat the 💩 he was talking about today, but it keeps his profile up and sells books.
 

toquark

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He has absolutely no concept of the unintended consequences of his aims.

Remove all livestock, and what would happen to insect numbers, the numbers of species who feed on insects, and those species that live and thrive on a grassland habitat?
As that grassland morphs into a pine forrest to allow corporations to ‘offset’ their guilt, just watch as Monbiots finger wags ever faster at farmers.

We’re already accused of causing a massive decline in insects which suspiciously tracks the decline of mixed farming in the lowlands. As livestock numbers reduce further I wonder if the lights will go on behind vegan eyes as to their disastrous role in the changing pattern of wildlife in the countryside.
The very last thing the green movement wants are solutions to the problems. It would kill their raison d’etre.
 
Interesting to see that he gets paid a contributors fee by the BBC most months. He strikes me as being a bit like Vine in that he’s intelligent enough to know what buttons to press in order to get a reaction. He’ll know there’s no way the populous will eat the 💩 he was talking about today, but it keeps his profile up and sells books.

Look his main aim is to make money like the rest of us. Some of his stuff I like but the livestock crusade has gone a bit silly

He appeals to a lot of people's sense of self flagellation or guilt about eating an animal (because its "not kind") and then extrapolates it into something else. The BBC are immensely lazy - there are no end of wonderful intelligent people out there on podcasts who could do a way better job than Vine and have a really good debate with Monbiot but truth is they're lazy.

They don't seem to have hardly any interesting current affairs presenters - Nihal is not inquisitive enough you always know the angle he's going to take (usually we are all racist), Nicky Campbell is a show off.

The only one I can stand on the BBC now is Buncey on his boxing podcast but the best bloke on that was his counter - Mike Costello - and now its just a bit ott when he's on his own. They even got rid of Michael Vaughn and he used to at least say his opinon
 

Jerry

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Devon
He popped up on radio 5 after his radio 2 appearance.

slightly different line of attack, some of which I agreed with.

Diversity being one.

But he is very blinkered, my way is the right way.

I did send in a text pointing out errors in his approach plus asking the BBC to offer a science back contrary view to provide balance.

No response…🙄
 

CornishTone

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BASIS
Location
Cornwall
@martian mentioned it I think?
Be interesting to see if he makes the same false claims about being booed and jeered like he did after the ORFC when nothing of the sort happened. He got some challenging questions and some people disagreed with him so he had a hissy fit and told porky lies!

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HSENI names new farm safety champions

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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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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