Cattleman’s Group Denies mRNA Vaccines in U.S. Beef Supply

But Congress has removed country-of-origin labeling for beef imports, and China is already experimenting with mRNA technology on livestock, notes lawyer Tom Renz.

The National Cattleman’s Beef Association (NCBA) released a statement last week denying that U.S. cattle are receiving the COVID mRNA vaccine.

In a brief Wednesday statement titled, “NCBA Statement Correcting Internet Falsehoods About mRNA Vaccines in Cattle,” the NCBA claimed that mRNA vaccines are not currently licensed for use in the U.S.

“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.” 

But this doesn’t necessarily mean there is no mRNA product in the beef, or there won’t be in the future.

Attorney Thomas Renz warned that since Congress removed country of origin labeling on beef imports, the U.S. beef supply could already be tainted with mRNA product from the likes of China and other countries.

Notably, China has no regulatory burdens like the U.S. and has already been developing oral vaccines using cow’s milk to deliver mRNA technology.

Though the NCBA’s statement blames concerns about mRNA vaccine use on the beef supply on conspiracy theories and fake news, those worries are not unfounded.

Numerous states have been introducing bills to approve of COVID mRNA vaccines for livestock and plants in recent months.

Even the Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller addressed vaccine proposals for livestock, saying, “we have been working towards developing a fact and science-based assessment of the risks associated with this technology.”

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 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…

And as Renz pointed out to the Missouri House last month, the Emergency Use Authorization of the COVID shot has allowed pharmaceutical companies to bypass decades of trial research, meaning experts aren’t certain about the jab’s long-term effects.

If the beef lobbyists are claiming mRNA vaccine product isn’t in the beef supply, why are they resistant to Missouri’s House bill that would require labeling transparency for the U.S. food supply?

Health Ranger Mike Adams breaks down the NCBA’s statement:

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