The Agriculture Industry Is Being Eerily Quiet About Bird Flu?

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The agriculture industry is being very quiet about the bird flu outbreak and its impact on poultry, eggs, and meat.  A new study published in Nature Communications reveals that bird flu is highly contagious and spreads at an alarming rate, it’s agribusiness that has fallen strangely silent.

Why wouldn’t they want to bring light to the bird flu plandemic? Maybe they are being told to stay quiet and let the official narrative roll out as planned, or maybe they just don’t know how serious and how far the ruling class is going to push this one.

The Des Moines Register postulated that Big Ag doesn’t want consumers thinking about the prevalence of diseases in animals as a sign of things to come. They also want to avoid the public thinking that these pathogens can spread to people. But that’s exactly what the rulers want – a fear-based reaction. Without the sensationalist headlines, there wouldn’t be a way to generate fear in the civilians.

The authors of the new study conclude that the latent period (the time between when an individual is infected and when they can spread the virus to others) is brief in chickens raised for meat and that “high transmission rates and a continuous daily supply of susceptible chickens provide fertile grounds for H9N2 AIV [avian influenza virus] amplification,” despite birds being in live markets for only a short period of time. Add to this inadequate sanitation and a daily stream of chickens entering the markets and you have dangerous breeding grounds for disease. –The Des Moines Register

We recommend being prepared for the worst-case scenario when it comes to bird flu. This could be actually deadly, unlike COVID, and we may see the first-hand effects of this once it makes it’s big jump to humans. But this was in the plans for some time. Infamous medical tyrants have been “warning” about bird flu for a while now.

Research Funded By Fauci And Gates Could See Bird Flu Become The Next Deadly Pandemic

On poultry farms, the response has largely been reactive rather than proactive. Producers have killed tens of thousands of birds in mass exterminations after bird flu was discovered among their flocks.

Australia Reports Its First Human Bird Flu Infection

 

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