Egg Yolks Fight Spike Protein Chicken Feed Issues Open Eyes
Modified: Feb 14, 2023 By Jacqueline from deeprootsathome.com
I’m sure you know there’s a massive egg shortage and egg farms keep burning down all over America. Eggs are now over $10 per dozen in many places. Meanwhile you keep asking yourself “Why is this happening, sure seems odd?”
Well, there sure is an answer to that. Please read to the end and see the REAL reason WHY they don’t want us to have eggs! And it isn’t about the feed!
What are Tractor Supply & Purina allegedly doing to the chicken feed?
Credible online claims like this (she now feeds a goat mix) have emerged, corroborated by others, that the popular “Producer’s Pride” chicken feed sold by the Tractor Supply chain has been recently altered and that its new formulation is causing chickens to stop laying eggs. The reduction in egg production has been reported to be much greater than the normal decrease seen during the winter months, with some farmers reporting that their hens are laying zero eggs.
Two of the most popular chicken feeds available for, and marketed to, backyard chicken homesteaders are “Producer’s Pride” owned by Tractor Supply and the “Dumor” brand owned by Purina. These two layer feeds seem to be the primary brands mentioned by those experiencing chicken flocks who suddenly stop laying eggs. (Note: Nature’s Best Organic Feeds and all of the products in
their organic, non-GMO brand have not had these complaints.) (source)
Tractor Supply, specifically marketed to suburban and rural Americans, is a publicly-listed company with $13 billion in annual revenue, 46,000 employees, and 2,003 locations in 49 U.S. states.
One board of directors, Joy Brown, is a former executive for Vanguard. Vanguard and BlackRock are among the major index funds that financially support the WEF with their plans for us to eat insects. (Starting to make sense?) These funds are also behind the “social credit” and “ESG” left-wing movements among corporate America to force businesses into left-wing economic and cultural compliance. Another Tractor Supply board member, Andre Hawaux, is a former executive with ConAgra, which has been criticized for using genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to change the genetic composition of its foods, which some say causes sterility. (source)
As the poultry industry continues to face challenges, the public demands answers from Tractor Supply and its board of directors. The question on everyone’s mind: is this reduction in egg production a temporary or permanent change? And what exactly is in the new feed formulation?
More Connections: Burning Chicken Factories, Bill Gates & the Artificial Egg
Globalist billionaire Bill Gates, who has a history of making uncannily timely investments just before disaster strikes in the world, invested in ARTIFICIAL EGGS before the price of eggs spiked.
This may be one of the most informative videos to date, plus it is short! Plans are well under way for vaccinating us through the food supply.
Bill Gates Vows To Pump mRNA Into Food Supply To ‘Force-Jab’ the Unvaccinated
WATCH VIDEO HERE
The mystery surrounding the egg shortage and the feed problems is growing. Egg prices have spiked 66% percent since last year. In response to the shortage of eggs, many consumers have turned to artificial plant-based eggs.
People around the globe have found themselves paying more for eggs due to over 41 million egg-laying hens dying from the supposed avian flu. There have also been a series of mysterious fires at egg factories around the US in recent months.
Just a fraction of the chicken and egg factories burning down in JUST 3 months of 2022 (you can see an interactive map here):
Bill Gates has a history of investing in everything that is artificial, including insect protein, Beyond Meat, and a plethora of vaccines. So it should come as no surprise that he invested in Hampton Creek, the company that is bringing artificial eggs to the mainstream.
The Real Reason: Egg Yolk Antibodies Block Spike Protein Variants!
This reminds me of the CDC blocking use of Ivermectin which turned out to be very effective and very safe! It could have spared families the tragedy of losing a loved one to death by Remdesivir and ventilator.
How did eggs get so controversial in the first place?
A lot of it has to do with thinking on cholesterol. A large egg contains about 185 mg of cholesterol. And since the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends a limit of 300 mg per day, they assumed if you ate two eggs and you’d exceed that limit. But the AHA assumed wrong. The body doesn’t work that way.
You see, your body makes cholesterol. Lots of it, in fact. Every day you produce between 1 and 2 grams of it on your own. (That’s 5-10 times the cholesterol in a large egg.). ★ ★ ★ ★