Some Articles About Animal mRNA Vaccinations

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There are lots of articles saying that mRNA vaccines for cattle is just not true. All those fact-checkers are watching out for us! Then they are careful to say that no cattle are currently receiving mRNA vaccines in the U.S., though this certainly might happen in the future after FDA approval and lots of testing…you know, like how well they tested the human so-called vaccines for Covid. Here’s a typical statement:

There are no current mRNA vaccines licensed for use in beef cattle in the United States. Cattle farmers and ranchers do vaccinate cattle to treat and prevent many diseases, but presently none of these vaccines include mRNA technology.

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Don’t worry about it, folks. Your government is in complete control of the situation. Grab some chips and go back to Netflix.

Even if these are not nefarious decisions and technologies where is the humility and caution when dealing with nature on this level? There seems to be none. None. It’s Dr. Frankenstein all over again.

Learn from me, if not by my precepts, at least by my example, how dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge and how much happier that man is who believes his native town to be the world, than he who aspires to become greater than his nature will allow.

— Mary Shelley, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus

Some interesting articles and papers below. Enjoy.


  • Drink Your Vaccines: China Successfully “Immunizes” Mice With mRNA-Loaded Cow’s Milk
  • mRNA Vaccine Development for Emerging Animal and Zoonotic Diseases
  • NSW fast tracks mRNA FMD and Lumpy Skin Disease vaccines
  • Commissioner Miller: Statement on mRNA Vaccines in Livestock (4/3/2023)
  • Glenn's Response to the mRNA Vaccine
  • Eat Your Vaccines!… I Mean Vegetables!
  • Edible Vaccines
  • Edible Vaccines
  • Livestock Vax Based On COVID-19 Vaccine Technology Raises Concerns, But Biologist Says Fears Are Unfounded

  • Drink Your Vaccines: China Successfully “Immunizes” Mice With mRNA-Loaded Cow’s Milk

    “Zhang and colleagues have demonstrated that a shortened mRNA code of 675 base pairs could be loaded into phospholipid packets called exosomes derived from milk and then using that same milk, be fed to mice. The mice gastrointestinal tract absorbed the exosomes and the mRNA must have made it into the blood stream and lymphatic tissue because antibodies were produced in fed mice against SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein (receptor binding domain).”

    Dr. McCullough responded on Twitter:

    “Chinese successfully loaded cow’s milk with mRNA, and it was absorbed in the GI tract of recipients. Concerns about surreptitious insertion of mRNA into food are valid! Must be stopped!”

    This is a good article.

  • mRNA Vaccine Development for Emerging Animal and Zoonotic Diseases

    From the Abstract:

    In the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases, mRNA vaccines hold great promise because of their low risk of insertional mutagenesis, high potency, accelerated development cycles, and potential for low-cost manufacture. In past years, several mRNA vaccines have entered clinical trials and have shown promise for offering solutions to combat emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases such as rabies, Zika, and influenza. Recently, the successful application of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 has further validated the platform and opened the floodgates to mRNA vaccine’s potential in infectious disease prevention, especially in the veterinary field. In this review, we describe our current understanding of the mRNA vaccines and the technologies used for mRNA vaccine development. We also provide an overview of mRNA vaccines developed for animal infectious diseases and discuss directions and challenges for the future applications of this promising vaccine platform in the veterinary field.[emphasis mine]


  • NSW fast tracks mRNA FMD and Lumpy Skin Disease vaccines

    The NSW Government has taken another step towards fast tracking the world first mRNA vaccines for Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and Lumpy Skin Disease, inking a deal with US biotechnology company Tiba Biotech.

    Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said today marks an important milestone towards securing the vaccine technology that will protect Australia’s $28.7 billion livestock industry.

    Do they really want to protect it? I doubt it.

  • Commissioner Miller: Statement on mRNA Vaccines in Livestock (4/3/2023)

    “Since news of the development of mRNA vaccines and mRNA-related treatments for livestock came to the attention of the Texas Department of Agriculture, we have been working towards developing a fact and science-based assessment of the risks associated with this technology. Our analysis will include the clinical research, the structure of existing Texas law, and the public policy, economic, and production impact of the different policy prescriptions we may adopt. I aim to ensure that Texas agriculture remains safe, trusted, healthy, and wholly uninfected by dangerous or unproven technology.“[I do not trust elected officials. They’ll say anything. Maybe this guy is the real deal.]

    “I personally take this issue very seriously. No political hot takes. Just a well-reasoned and well-researched proposal based on a wide range of input from stakeholders, scientists, agriculturalists, and other experts. We are looking at this issue at TDA and will share your concerns. Please stay tuned…”[emphasis mine]

  • Glenn's Response to the mRNA Vaccine

    Interesting article, here’s one of Glenn’s conclusions:

    But here’s a fact: I, Glenn Elzinga, writer of this article and rancher and owner of Alderspring Ranch, have no interest in eating mRNA vaccinated animal products. Simply put, I will not eat them.

    He also writes:

    Due to the unknown side effects of mRNA vaccine use in animals destined for human consumption and the lack of long term studies to dispel our concerns, we’ve determined that we will not be consuming mRNA vaccinated animal products if the use of these vaccines becomes commonplace in the future.

    This is exactly why my family did not get vaccinated in the first place. We’ve learned way more now to confirm we made the right decision.

  • Eat Your Vaccines!… I Mean Vegetables!

    The fact that food can be altered to act as a vaccine is not disputable. Which foods and in what ways is more of a question. It is claimed that beef, pork, etc. cannot transfer vaccination from the meat to a the consumer of the meat. At initial glance that would make sense (cow DNA and people DNA is quite different and an mRNA designed for cows would probably not be able to transfer directly to people), but that is NOT the whole story.

    You have to remember that the additives in the mRNA vaccines are by no means “proven safe” and we don’t even actually know what all is in these shots. The Lipid NanoParticles (LNPs) appear to be a problem and there have been numerous reports of “other things” some scientists have found in the jabs when they examined them. Ultimately the mRNA jabs still have not undergone long-term testing because long-term testing can take 10-20 years and they have not existed that long so any claims about the safety or efficacy of the stuff that’s in them are garbage at best.[emphasis mine]

  • Edible Vaccines

    From the Abstract:

    In recent years edible vaccine emerged as a new concept developed by biotechnologists. Edible vaccines are subunit vaccines where the selected genes are introduced into the plants and the transgenic plant is then induced to manufacture the encoded protein. Foods under such application include potato, banana, lettuce, corn, soybean, rice, and legumes. They are easy to administer, easy to store and readily acceptable delivery system for different age group patients yet cost effective. Edible vaccines present exciting possibilities for significantly reducing various diseases such as measles, hepatitis B, cholera, diarrhea, etc., mainly in developing countries. However, various technical and regulatory challenges need to overcome in the path of this emerging vaccine technology to make edible vaccine more efficient and applicable. This chapter attempts to discuss key aspects of edible vaccines like host plants, production, mechanism of action, advantages and limitations, applications, and different regulatory issues concerned to edible vaccines.

  • Edible Vaccines

    One day children may get immunized by munching on foods instead of enduring shots. More important, food vaccines might save millions who now die for lack of access to traditional inoculants.[emphasis mine]

  • Livestock Vax Based On COVID-19 Vaccine Technology Raises Concerns, But Biologist Says Fears Are Unfounded

    And here we have another “expert” assuring us everything will be okay. Just don’t worry about it. Trust me.

    Pharmaceutical companies are developing vaccines for livestock that work using the same technology as the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Vaccines are a sensitive topic for many, and though none of these livestock vaccines have been approved for use in the U.S., some lawmakers are introducing legislation to label meats that come from animals that have received these vaccines.

    A molecular biologist said these laws are unnecessary and misleading, because the vaccines can’t get into the food supply.

    Another expert? The same guy? I can’t tell, said:

    Dr. Kevin Folta told Cowboy State Daily the proposed “gene therapy” label is inaccurate.

    It “means they have no idea what they are trying to regulate,” Folta said, because “there is no integration into the DNA. Its a transient set of instructions, like a USB drive. Not a hard drive.”

    I love what the article says about this guy to calm any fears I might have about this emerging mRNA technology for cattle:

    Folta is a professor of the horticultural sciences in the horticultural sciences department of the University of Florida. He has a Ph.D. in molecular biology from the University of Illinois in Chicago. He’s been an outspoken advocate against claims that genetically modified organisms are unsafe or that the use of pesticides and herbicides cause negative health impacts.[emphasis mine]

    Now that’s a guy I can trust. Latte? Wait….there’s more…I kept reading, I don’t know why, it’s a sickness:

    Folta explained that the mRNA vaccines could save the cattle industry billions every year. There are a number of viral diseases, including hoof and mouth disease, pseudorabies and avian influenza.

    So essentially….don’t worry, no one is using these yet. Yet. YET. The big question is, who will make billions because of this? I think you know.

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The Inmate

In an email we received from “Northstar Bison,” a company that sells grassfed beef, they wrote:

“We’re getting a lot of questions regarding the new mRNA vaccine and whether or not we’ll be using to vaccinate our animals…

AIN”T NO WAY!!!!!!!!!!!”


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