The Ultimate Titty Bar [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 3 years ago Misc

I"ll meet you there, first round is on me!
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Male 13,624
I didnt because I dont
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Male 1,920
@carmium
"Sick cattle can`t be sold for slaughter in either country."

Unfortunately I don`t have time atm to find better sources, but you could start here:
Don`t click here if you don`t want to know

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Male 1,920
@carmium

In contrast, Posilac has been banned from use in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Israel and all European Union countries (currently numbering 27), from 2000 or earlier. In 1994 a European Union scientific commission European Union scientific commission stated that the use of rBST substantially increased health problems with cows, including foot problems, mastitis and injection site reactions, impinged on the welfare of the animals and caused reproductive disorders. The report concluded that, on the basis of the health and welfare of the animals, rBST should not be used.

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Male 1,920
@carmium
[/quote]In 1993, FDA approved commercial use of synthetic recombinant Bovine somatotropin or growth hormone ( rbST or rbGH) in injection form to be used in cows to increase milk yield. It was marketed under name Posilac (company Monsanto). It has shown to increase milk yield in cows by 10-15 %. On other hand there are some reports showing that use of recombinant somatotropin/growth hormones increases the incidence of mastitis, lameness and some reproductive issues in the cows. Increased mastitis can be linked to high use of antibiotics for treatment and secretion of antibiotic residue in milk and meat products. In 1990, FDA evaluated pharmaceutical company studies and concluded that the use of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbGH) in dairy cattle presents no increased health risk to consumers and nutritional quality of milk and meat from rBST-treated cows is equivalent to that of milk and meat from untreated cows.[quote]
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Female 6,381
Mr. Peabody: Don`t know about where you live, but hormones aren`t allowed in livestock here in the Great White North. Today`s cattle have been selectively bred for milk production, and make much more than a calf needs. Sick cattle can`t be sold for slaughter in either country.
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Female 1,467
Sharpens me up for a bit of the ultra-violence.
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Male 12,138
Davymid likes this.
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Male 1,920
sweetrebelnc: "): where are their mommies?"

Gerry1of1: "I`ll give you 3 guesses."

Actually, after pumping the mommies full of antibiotics and hormones, they produce more milk than their calves need, so it is more efficient and profitable to keep them attached to milking machines and instead of letting the calves feed naturally, they just siphon off some some of the profits.. err milk to give to the calves. After the mommies are to old, can`t handle anymore antibiotics/hormones, and or sick is when they are sold to your local fast food establishment.



(*all of the above is just my irresponsible educated guess, but it only makes sense)
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Male 4,893

I`m sure it gets lonely sometimes on the farm. You can`t tell me ol` farmer Bob hasn`t bellied up to the wrong side of that bar.
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Male 36,316
[quote]first round is FROM me![/quote]
fify @kitteh9 ;-)

LMAO! Well, I thought it was funneh...
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Male 3,060
Silly Gerry. McDonalds isn`t REAL food.
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Male 37,888

sweetrebelnc, [quote]"): where are their mommies?" [/quote]
I`ll give you 3 guesses.

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Female 846
): where are their mommies?
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Male 5,001
The cow`s Oktoberfest.
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Male 232
repost
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Male 6,227
See? She did it again. Go, Kitteh, with the kick-ass link descriptions. LOL =^.^=
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Female 8,044
Link: The Ultimate Titty Bar [Pic] [Rate Link] - I`ll meet you there, first round is on me!
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