Action steps to help fight against the war on meat
The future of meat and our freedom to eat it is at stake. Take action to fight back.
1. Understand what we are up against
Read this C40 report and see what the “powers that be” have in store for our future: no meat, no dairy, and it doesn’t stop there!
Share this report far and wide!
2. Sign this petition whether you are in Ireland or not
Stop the Irish Government's proposal to cull 200,000 cows!
3. Tell Congress: Reform corrupt Checkoff Programs
Tell Congress to reform corrupt Checkoff Programs
5. Sign this petition
Achieve equitable pricing of methane emissions for farmers
6. Please Help Maggie the Rancher!
Maggie, an 82-year-old rancher from Canada, is in trouble! With soaring hay prices, she is unable to afford to winter her animals and is faced with losing half of her herd in order to afford feed for the rest, or selling off even more of her land, which is a desperate option. Losing half her herd means that it will take years to rebuild, and she will suffer further hardships due to further reduced income.
7. Demand removal of restrictions on farmers selling their own meat
a) Watch the 1-minute video.
b) See also, this 4-part post:
(1/4) Did you know the only way to buy beef or pork or lamb from your local farmer and have it processed by a trusted local non-USDA facility is to buy the whole animal while it’s alive and pay to have it butchered yourself?!— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 8, 2023
(2/4) Most folks aren’t able to buy a whole animal or share a whole animal with other families, much less keep all of that meat in a freezer for months!— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 8, 2023
So they’re forced to buy from a supermarket & farmers are forced to sell their animals to multinational monopolies.
(3/4) The PRIME Act fixes this with one simple change to the law.— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 8, 2023
The PRIME Act lets farmers sell portions of the processed animal (like steaks, or pork loin, or lamb chops) instead of the whole animal, and allows them to use existing local non-USDA processors to butcher it.
c) If you don’t know who your US representative as well as both of your US senators are, find them here.
d) Check they are on the list of current sponsors of the H.R.2814 – PRIME Act.
e) If they are not, contact them (find their contact details here) and urge them to sign on to the H.R.2814 – PRIME Act.
See also this short, simple article explaining the PRIME Act.
8. Keep the Feds from forcing ranchers to chip cattle and bison
Read and listen to this.
9. New Zealand farmer? Boycott the Government-mandated Farm Plans
Sign the pledge to boycott the Government-mandated Farm Plans, which are rolling out first in Southland and Waikato, before being implemented nationwide.
Even if Farm Plans hasn’t yet come to your area, you can sign the pledge in solidarity with those already facing them.
10. Call for ZERO taxing of ruminant methane (New Zealand)
Join the website. They need numbers so they can get political parties to show their hand on methane tax policy and allow you to make an informed vote come 14 October.
Please spread the word to your family, friends and networks.
11. Buy direct from farms
Save our farmers & ranchers!
Worldwide, they are being forced out of business.
Help them by buying direct!
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