Organic & Traditional Food Safety Standards

Is your meat, dairy and poultry really safe & organic?

These standards are applied to Certified Organic, Natural, Sustainable, Pasture-Raised,  Grass-Fed, Antibiotic-Free, Traditional...


Part 1

  • Livestock are born or hatched.

  • Livestock are vaccinated (ALL certified hatcheries vaccinate ALL baby chicks during incubation).

  • Most farms and ranches buy livestock from auctions, chick hatcheries and stock-yards.

  • Livestock are fed cheap grains, most of which are imported.

  • Grains (even certified organic grains) are naturally coated with highly explosive dust particles and toxic spores known as MYCOTOXINS.  In fact, if you consume grains, or consume grain-fed animal products, there is an excellent chance you are already being exposed because mold infestation and mycotoxin contamination affects as much as one-quarter of the global food and feed supply.

  • Grain storage faciilities can and do explode, and to prevent explosions of grain storage facilites use any number of methods including 

  • Using a food-grade mineral spray on grain that is being transferred

 Part 2

  • Animals are administered antibiotics.

  • Administered Tetanus shots.

  • Some are administered Vitamin K shots.

  • Male livestock are castrated, followed by tetanus shots, vaccines and antibiotic shots.  

  • In some ag-industries, day-old males are discarded.

  • Other day-old animals are removed from the parent stock, so that the farmer can sell the colostrum; to people who can not attain the full benefit  from any colostrum unless they are under 5 days old.

  • Livestock are administered a series of vaccines throughout their lifetime.

  • Vaccines contain both single and multi-species proteins. Multi-species protein based vaccines are known to cause vaccine injury.

  • Vaccines contain highly toxic and poisonous carriers.

  • Vaccine carriers can cross the Blood Brain Barrier. 

  • Most livestock are injected with implants (steroid, hormone, synthetic or similar) to promote any number of effects.

Part 3

  • Prior to slaughter, livestock are administered anti-parasite drugs.

  •  Carcass meats can be sprayed with antimicrobial inhibitors. 

  • "Aged" meats develop a thick layer of meat-mold.

  • Mold is alive and can root very deep.

  • Mold toxicity can lead to various health problems. 




Dr. Andrew Campbell and the effects of exposure to MYCOTOXINS

 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates farming and ranching under the "Food Safety Modernization Act". The United States Department of Food and Agriculture (USDA), the USDA National Organic Program, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and all other states adhere to the standards. Most American-based farmers, ranchers, growers/producers follow many of these industry standards. 


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