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Please call your Senators and Congressmen now!!!!! Tell them to Stop
> this insanity !!!!!!!!!!!!!
> JOIN: "The Patriotic Resistance" Here you will
> find all the latest info of what this out of control Govt is doing to
> overtake and control EVERY aspect of your life.
> Subject: THREATS TO Farmers Markets and Home Gardeners
> ( S.B. 425 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act)+ Small Farmers NAIS
> .THEY ARE AFTER OUR FOOD ! ! ! We 're being "Protected" to death
> From: VICKI FLESHMAN Sent: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 12:06 PM
> Subject: S.B. 425 Amendment to Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
> This Bill is sponsored by Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH and was introduced
> 2/12/09. It has been referred to committee on Agriculture, Nutrition,
> and Forestry. It is "to provide for the establishment of a traceability
> system for food, to amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act, the Poultry
> Products Act, the Egg Products Inspection Act, and the Federal Food,
> Drug, and Cosmetics Act for improved public health and food safety
> through enhanced enforcement, and for other purposes. (such as mass
> hunger???? cr insert)
> Put very simply, you, as an individual or small farmer/gardener, will
> not be free to sell, or even give away produce or eggs to anyone unless
> you file the proper paperwork with the FSA. If you do not comply with
> regulations, fines of $1 million for EACH infraction could be applied.
> If this bill passes, be prepared to give an accounting of how much you
> have grown, how much you sold, how much you gave away and to whom you
> sold or gave away to. The government forms will include the names and
> addresses, what product they received, how much they received and how
> much they paid. Even contributions to churches must be included and
> potluck dinners you attend with food you prepared!! Then, you will be
> expected to include any income on your tax return as
> well.--------------------------------------------------------------------

> ------------
> S.425
> Title: A bill to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to
> provide for the establishment of a traceability system for food, to
> amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act, the Poultry Products Inspections
> Act, the Egg Products Inspection Act, and the Federal Food, Drug, and
> Cosmetic Act to provide for improved public health and food safety
> through enhanced enforcement, and for other purposes.
> Sponsor: Sen Brown, Sherrod [OH] (introduced 2/12/2009) Cosponsors
> (None)
> Related Bills: H.R.815
> Latest Major Action: 2/12/2009 Referred to Senate committee. Status:
> Read twice and referred to the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and
> Forestry.
> *************************************************************************

> ****************
> Also NAIS . . National Animal Identification System threatens small
> farms
> From: Bob Parker
> Sent: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 7:48 AM
> For immediate release;May 6, 2009
> USDA gets ready to destroy small farms
> Like I have been saying all along, these people mean business and are
> going to force you to ''register'' your farm if you want to raise food
> [livestock]. This will allow them full access to your private property
> to ensure compliance [searches and seizures], even if you don't have
> any disease! It could be bad records, lost ear tags, non-compliance,
> and on and on. We already have programs that work for God's sake! They
> can go anywhere now if there is disease, they want this for total
> control and money, this is out of control Government at it's worst!
> This program will drain Billions of dollars from the millions of small
> farmers in America! They get rich, you get poor, this is how NAIS will
> work. We have done the math, it will destroy small farmers! One goat,
> one horse, one pig, anything that can get sick will be registered,
> chipped, and tracked, no exceptions!
> Costs? Chips, labor, computer systems, readers, extra hours in sale
> barns for animals getting RFID chips read, record keeping for 14 events
> within 24 hours [full traceability]. Costs for data base holders and
> employees, costs for USDA employees to run the programs, costs
> everywhere in the billions but THEY say it will make everyone more
> money because it will ''protect us in case''. I could go on and on with
> costs and labor issues, not to mention the constitutional violations.
> Again, they get everyone to testify that supports it. NOT ONE SMALL
> This is your future! If you raise your food or eat food, you need to
> pay attention!
> This will devastate small producers and run them out of business
> because they won't do the mountain of costs and regulations! If you are
> a small farmer, you will be out of business, if you are a consumer, I
> hope they give you bailout money to buy your food because you won't
> have enough after they destroy 30% of our food supply!
> Please join with me to stop NAIS! Call, write, and for God's sake VOTE
> Bob Parker
> Lifetime Rancher/farmer/ in Missouri Realtor
> Please pass this on to everyone on your lists...most have not even
> heard of NAIS!
> for more information go to
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> *********************************************
> Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 2009 8:34 PM
> Subject: Joint Subcommittee Reviews National Animal Identification
> System
> There was a dual committee hearing on NAIS in the fed House today.
> Personally, I find the quites from both chairs repugnant to both
> freedom and reason.
> Doreen
> "It's dangerous to be right when your government is wrong"==Voltaire
> *************************************************************************

> ********************************************
> --- On Tue, 5/5/09, AgPress wrote:
> From: AgPress
> Subject: Joint Subcommittee Reviews National Animal Identification
> System
> To: "News Distribution"
> Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2009, 5:39 PM
> News from the House Agriculture Committee
> Media Contact: Scott Kuschmider (Agriculture) (202) 225-1496
> Dena Graziano (Homeland Security) (202) 226-2616
> Joint Subcommittee Reviews National Animal Identification System
> WASHINGTON- Today, two House Subcommittees held a joint public hearing
> to review the National Animal Identification System (NAIS).
> * The Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry,
> chaired by Representative David Scott of Georgia, and the Homeland
> * Security's Subcommittee on Emerging Threats, Cybersecurity, and
> Science and Technology, chaired by Representative Yvette Clarke of New
> York, held a joint hearing to examine the identification system's role
> in protecting U.S. producers and consumers from the effects of an
> animal disease outbreak.
> NAIS: "The National Animal Identification System is a producer's
> insurance against the potentially devastating economic impacts of a
> widespread animal disease epidemic," said Chairman Scott. "A robust
> animal ID system with full traceability provides protection by helping
> to preserve producer market access, because it will allow us to more
> quickly isolate problem animals and stop the spread of illness. This in
> turn will allow us to demonstrate to other nations that the U.S. herd
> is safe and reopen those markets to U.S. goods."
> "I want to stress that our ability to effectively assess and respond to
> an animal disease outbreak remains limited until we have a functioning
> animal ID system in place," said Chairwoman Clarke. "This issue
> requires our urgent attention."
> "Today we heard from witnesses about the need for an effective animal
> identification system," said Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin C.
> Peterson of Minnesota. "While such a system is not intended to prevent
> a disease outbreak, it is a vital tool that can help trace, track, and
> quarantine infected animals in case such an outbreak occurs.
> Identifying the source of an outbreak and mitigating its effects will
> save taxpayers in the long run and keep our export markets open."
> "The emergence of new viruses further demonstrates our need to not only
> be prepared to react to disease outbreaks, but to also undertake the
> necessary mitigation and research efforts that allow us to stay one
> step ahead," said Committee on Homeland Security Chairman Bennie G.
> Thompson of Mississippi. "Animal identification is the first step in
> being able to trace animals and respond to animal health emergencies."
> The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) established NAIS in 2004 to
> enhance its existing animal health protection efforts by offering
> national standards and expanding the level of participation beyond what
> had been required in existing disease programs.
> The Joint Subcommittee heard testimony from USDA's Animal and Plant
> Health Inspection Service, the overseer of NAIS, as well as the
> Homeland Security Department's Office of Health Affairs, which works
> with federal agency and State, local, tribal and private sector
> partners to assist in protecting the nation's critical infrastructure
> relating to food, agriculture, and veterinary resources. State health,
> food safety and agriculture officials also testified about NAIS and
> State-administered animal identification efforts.
> Written testimony provided by the witnesses is available on the House
> Agriculture Committee website at:
> A full transcript of
> the hearing will be posted online at a later date.
> Witness List:
> Panel I
> Dr. John R. Clifford, Deputy Administrator for Veterinary Services,
> Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, U.S. Department of
> Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
> Dr. Thomas McGinn, Chief Veterinarian, Office of Health Affairs, U.S.
> Department of Homeland Security, Washington, D.C.
> Panel II
> Dr. David C. Smith, Assistant Director, Division of Animal Industry,
> New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, Albany, New York
> Dr. Jerry R. Gillespie, Former Director of Western Institute for Food
> Safety and Security, University of California, Davis, Hopland,
> California
> Mr. Kevin M. Kirk, Special Assistant to the Division Director, Michigan
> Department of Agriculture, Animal Industry Division, Lansing, Michigan
> The U.S. House Committee on Agriculture web site
> has additional information on this and
> other subjects Share

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We really have serious problems with our governments involvement of our farming industry. Now they have temporary storage of grain."Temporary" why the hell temporary? We have surpluses and people starving! Corporate lobbyist are destroying the American Farmers! Chipping animals leads to advanced cancer, shortened life spans. The last head of the Ag dept. warned of coming famine because of reduced storage of grains.GMO's are not good for human or animal consumption.I sadly say we are in a sad state of affairs when politicians think they know more about farming them our farmers. God help us all!



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