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BEEF MAGAZINE

Market Reports | Beef Magazine

 

Find weekly market reports on fed cattle, feeder cattle, slaughter cows and the boxed beef trade from industry experts Wes Ishmael and Ed Czerwein.

Source: Market Reports | Beef Magazine

 

MEAT MARKET UPDATE: DID MARKET FIND ITS BOTTOM?


  • Why is the Animal-Free Chef Advertising for Beef Magazine? Well, nothing is really for free, and if one wants to call exposure of the cattle industry free advertising, then fine.

Over here at Animal-Free Chef the goal is to educate the public regarding prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter.

The animal-abusing industries that form the basis of most all economies worldwide participates in this longest running holocaust in history and is a perfect example how humans enslave, torture and slaughter those animals they deem inferior to human animals, thus their right by supremacy to exploit them for profit and pleasure.

It’s better to know what they’re up to, than go about one’s way without due consideration of their plots, plans and policies.

The world is changing rapidly. Everyone knows the slaughter will end sooner rather than later, and it’s up to each country to figure out on what they will base their economies in that future that we are already in.






 

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Motivating. Riveting. Celebrity Weight Loss Transformations – and a plan for social change!

CELEBRITY WEIGHT LOSS TRANSFORMATIONS

BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS of 8o celebrities.

Yes, it’s a click NEXT set up for advertisement purposes. Can you click 80 times? That’s how many celebrities they feature with body transformations.

It’s a good sampling, nice collection.

If you can’t click 80 times, then maybe it’s the fatigue caused by over-eating and the accumulation of too much body fat that’s causing it.

I usually don’t do the click NEXT stories either, primarily because it takes too long to load each new page, but with this set, this time, it went as fast as I wanted it to go.

Somebody in advertising got the message. People don’t particularly mind the click, it’s the wait after the click that frustrates them.