I choose the DVM any day

Many, many moons ago on a trip to pick up two donkeys in Missouri, I came home with 18 pregnant goats. By golly, just like that we were in the goat business.

I bought these from a bona fide goat trader who was in sale barns every week buying and selling goats. This was the coolest thing ever because these nannies had twins, raised them, and they grew fast and sold well. It was time to expand this goat thing because it was easy. So we went big and bought another 125 females from one source, a great quality herd with “high quality show” Boers in it. Boy, was that a train wreck.

So looking back on that experience I figured out that the sale barn goats were the survivors. They had been exposed to everything and when we got them they were alive because they had developed a natural immunity to everything; the goats that had not been exposed died. The goats that had zero exposure (and honestly zero selection on natural instincts), when expected to live on their own, had zero immunity and died with a brisk breeze.

A “brisk breeze” is starting to blow within the human population. The jab that so many mandates are requiring you to get is exposing the sterile world with a hint of an autoimmune challenge and it is starting to surface big time.

I am going to share some information from the National Institutes of Health. If you are not familiar with the Hygiene Hypothesis, I suggest you research it yourself. The bottom line is, just like my “high powered” goats that have lived in a sterile bubble and rubbing on hand sanitizer every 10 minutes, have zero natural immunity and are at huge risk when the immune system is exposed. Let me give you a quick example that was published May 16, 2017, at www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5433529/:

“The human gut is the natural niche for more than 1014 (100 trillion) bacteria of more than 1000 different species. Immediately after birth, the human gut is colonized with different strains of bacteria. This commensal microbiota is important in shaping the immune system, for other basic physiological functions as well as for the integrity of the intestinal barrier. Interestingly, the intestinal flora was different in a small group of allergic Estonian and Swedish children compared to the control group, with a higher count of aerobic bacteria such as coliforms and Staphylocccus aureus and a decreased proportion of Lactobacilli, or anaerobes such as Bifidobacterium or Bacteroides. However, this difference was not seen in a larger birth cohort study comparing three European baby populations [69]. Additionally, this study showed a slower acquisition of typical faecal bacteria such as Escherichia coli, especially in children delivered by caesarian section or children without siblings.”

Moral of the story: the cleaner the environment, the greater the risk. Obviously this is within reason on all things but living in a sterile bubble is clearly not healthy. Additionally, my first experience with a coronavirus was in 1985 when my small herd of sows was hit with TGE. The answer to getting through that quickly was to expose all the animals to TGE as soon as possible. What we have done in the past 18 months, per advice from folks in the medical world, including social distancing, slowing the spread and masking up is a recipe for the disaster that is still dragging on long past the “two weeks to slow the curve” if you ask any DVM.

If you are a stockman at any level, you can step back and see this virus has been managed in a way that will perpetuate the problem for the unforeseeable future. The question you should be asking is why? Now in my opinion we absolutely know that a parasite dewormer called ivermectin works like nothing else on this “virus” (if that is what it is) while the same health “experts” are telling us this “horse wormer” is not the answer.

At the end of the day, I am sticking with my statement for the past 20 years: If the day comes that I truly need medical advice, you will find me with some of the tremendous veterinarians we have in this country, not the “bought and paid for by big pharma” medical doctors in DC.

Take your health into your own hands and use some cowboy logic to ensure the safety of yourself and your family. Stop buying into this constantly changing rhetoric and use some common sense. Look at the real research data, listen to the docs that are questioning all of this and formulate a life-saving plan.

Editor’s note: Trent Loos is a sixth generation United States farmer, host of the daily radio show, Loos Tales, and founder of Faces of Agriculture, a non-profit organization putting the human element back into the production of food. Get more information at www.LoosTales.com, or email Trent at [email protected].