Beef Herd, Follow-up!


Beef Herd, Follow-up!

Here is a brief one minute follow-up presented by the Weather Channel on my post of January 31, 2012 concerning the expected rise in meat prices primarily beef. Note, that while they are specifically talking about beef most households will try switching to alternative protein sources like pork, lamb, chicken, etc. and thus spur demand for these items as well.

I urge readers to think about securing a backyard alternative meat production where feasible, most especially suburban dwellers. Here at least you can control costs and production to some degree. In my experience, in most areas the municipal authorities will look the other way as long as neighbors don’t complain. So keep living quarters tidy and clean and you can slip under the radar, so to speak.

Here is the web citation:

http://bcove.me/3eib4ipd

Richard of Danbury, D.S.G.

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This group is for the practical application of Catholic Distributist teachings as promoted by Pope St. Pius X, Belloc, Chesterton, Maurin and others in the 20th century. This group is also a respite for traditional Catholics who adhere to the Tridentine Rite of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and who share a concern for small independent Catholic communities throughout the world. These communities while primarily small holding farmers, craftsmen and tradesman all espouse an integrated life based on Catholic Social Justice and the Sacred Magisterium of the Church. Through this we intend to inject the Distributist economic principles into the greater society. Please fell free to share your experiences in this vein. Flaming, proselytizing and persecution WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.
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