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The Disturbing Details Behind the Bird
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Posted By: Judy W., 1/7/2023 9:27:34 AM

Consumers can take a lot, but when you start raising prices on staples like eggs and milk, a definite din begins to rise from the streets. (Snip) Thus ensued an excited conversation between shoppers and the employee posting the new sign that read "$5.49" for a dozen large eggs. That's up from an average national price of $1.72 less than a year ago. The reason eggs are so pricey appears, at face value, to be simple supply and demand: "Millions of birds died. Eggs now cost nearly 50% more." A recent article in Bay Nature magazine is titled "The Latest Bird Flu Pandemic Is Terrible—and Strange."


Gain of function research seems alive and well. That's my first reaction. My second is that people should know by now that you can't contain a disease to one country or continent.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: seamusm 1/7/2023 9:33:37 AM (No. 1372893)
Are we hearing the sound of a trumpet?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: cor-vet 1/7/2023 9:40:53 AM (No. 1372901)
Try over $7.00/doz. for x-large or jumbo eggs in S. Louisiana!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: bpl40 1/7/2023 9:42:50 AM (No. 1372905)
Come on man, the ‘24 election season is upon us. We need that inflation.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: NorthernDog 1/7/2023 9:54:31 AM (No. 1372924)
I noticed most of the eggs were packed in 18 or 24 count containers at local grocery stores. There are few 1-dozen sized cartons.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: franq 1/7/2023 10:00:10 AM (No. 1372927)
All according to plan? Perhaps.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: hershey 1/7/2023 10:00:52 AM (No. 1372928)
Good reason to start your own flock...I've had two, but they were both decimated by local 'varmits'...8 chickens will keep you in eggs. Anything you need to know... ....fortunately I live near a great hatchery...
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Reply 7 - Posted by: PChristopher 1/7/2023 10:01:22 AM (No. 1372929)
The article references an article that says the price of eggs is nearly 50% more. I beg to differ. When Trump was in office, I could consistently find a dozen jumbo eggs for a $1.49. Now, they're well over $5/dozen. Do the math... that's an increase of over 300%!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Sandpiper 1/7/2023 10:08:55 AM (No. 1372934)
Last year, on two different poultry forums that I am on I read commenters noting the remarkable coincidence that this birdflu appeared in all four North American avian flyways within a very short time of each other. The commenters essentially said, How about that? This has never happened before! What are the chances? Yeah - what are the chances? What most people don’t realize either is if even one case of this avian flu is found in a geographic area ALL commercial and private flocks nearby are put down preemptively, to stop the spread. It takes only one bird flu case locally for thousands of healthy commercial and private birds to be killed. The government comes in and takes care of it - you have no choice.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: felixcat 1/7/2023 10:11:48 AM (No. 1372938)
One more reason not to buy factory meat and diary products. I purchase my eggs by the dozen for $3.50 at a local farmstead where the eggs come from small, local farms. I haven't bought eggs from a grocery store in decades. And those chickens and turkeys that are culled - they basically cook them to death in those huge chicken houses. Your federal government at work.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: udanja99 1/7/2023 10:30:40 AM (No. 1372955)
Me too, #9. I also believe that eggs from chickens raised on small farms and allowed to live free range are less likely to have salmonella.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: DVC 1/7/2023 10:45:01 AM (No. 1372967)
In the middle 2000s, I was working on doing technology projects in the former Soviet states. One project that was proposed by a veterinary institute, but which never found a US company to support it, was an improved vaccine for swine influenza. In the former Soviet states, and much of the rest of the non-Muslim world, hogs are more common meat animals than cows. And influenza causes huge financial losses and periodic meat shortages in these areas. Someone wanting to harm food production, and cause financial damage to agricultural interests could certainly develop new bird or hog flu viruses. And we now know that the Chinese are fully capable of this, both morally (immorally) and technologically. Did they do it? No idea, at this point.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: jimincalif 1/7/2023 10:50:48 AM (No. 1372974)
Sounds like we’re being had - again. As the farmer quoted in the article says, they will figure it out. They probably will, assuming the government leaves them alone. I’m surprised the feds haven’t required chickens to mask up yet. That’s about all they can come up with in response to bio weapon attacks.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: joew9 1/7/2023 11:01:27 AM (No. 1372986)
On Monday regular large eggs at local Atlanta store $9/doz. Aldi had them at half that. Aldi eggs were less than a dollar during Trump. The other highfalutin specialty eggs were priced in the teens per dozen. The truly sad thing is eggs have always been the cheapest source of protein and were a staple for the poor. The article points out that most of the dead chickens are purposely from culling to create a boundary to stop the spread. And once again the cure may be worse than the disease.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: AGGW 1/7/2023 11:14:31 AM (No. 1373004)
Just wait until Easter when the demand goes up.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: mean Gene 1/7/2023 11:27:42 AM (No. 1373026)
What easier way to push a lab-made mRNA "vaccine" on people over an EGG-BASED real vaccine than to make eggs scarce?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Bur Oak 1/7/2023 11:36:59 AM (No. 1373034)
Don't forget about the role of city, state, and federal regulations play in egg prices. Homeowner association rules too. Additionally, corn can be used as chicken feed and it is turned into gasohol. Check out the prices for chicks too.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Strike3 1/7/2023 11:39:25 AM (No. 1373037)
The price of eggs varies widely across the country, usually in line with the average income of residents in a given area. Out here in flyoverland, it's not too bad. Lettuce here is still under two bucks but I've heard up to seven dollars a head out there in LaLa Land, right next door to where it's grown.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: bldrrepub 1/7/2023 11:46:36 AM (No. 1373044)
In Colorado, a law was passed that only eggs from cage-free farms can be sold in the state increasing the cost even more. I used to buy 5 dozen for about $8, now the same amount is close to $30.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Gordon Mills 1/7/2023 11:46:45 AM (No. 1373045)
Not that long ago I was purchasing a dozen Jumbo eggs at Walmart for .92¢ / dozen. Now they are more than $5 / dozen.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Strike3 1/7/2023 11:48:27 AM (No. 1373046)
The bird flu in itself is explainable due to the way that animals are swapped back and forth across the country these days but in tandem with the dozens of food manufacturing plant fires and the purchase of thousands of acres of farmland by Bill Gates and his Chinese friends, it's in the territory of a conspiracy theory. We'll know soon enough.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Cynical Backstory 1/7/2023 12:00:21 PM (No. 1373064)
#11, it hasn’t been that many years ago that China was hit with a terrible hog disease. I remember reading am article where local Chinese were complaining that their rivers and streams were running red with blood from all the killed hogs in the areas. Can’t remember just when, 15 or so years ago but there was never much in the news about it. is that vague enough for you? I think diseases have been escaping from those inept chinese labs for a long long time.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Kate318 1/7/2023 12:02:01 PM (No. 1373067)
There is no bird flu. This is by the Biden regime design, with probable roots in Obama, Jarrett and the WEF. Think I’m crazy? I can assure you I am not.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Daisymay 1/7/2023 12:09:39 PM (No. 1373083)
Anyone remember last August when a Chicken Farm in MN burned to the ground, killing 200,000 Chickens? There were other random farms that Burned Down for no good reason! That's where it all started. Not too long after the price of Chicken, and Eggs, jumped considerably! Does anyone think this happened by Accident? I don't think so!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 1/7/2023 12:18:27 PM (No. 1373093)
#20 The conspiracy theories today are turning out to be The Truth! Here in Idaho, we conservatives are fighting to keep our farmland away from Gates, the Chinese and their New World Order buddies. And to add insult to injury, Tucker had local farmers on his program last week discussing a Windmill Program that will cover Eastern Idaho with huge windmills (74 stories high, higher than the Space Needle in Seattle) and that energy is not for Idaho, but for California! California is using Idaho to get energy from us! And the organization behind this windmill program is a Marxist, Green Energy company.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Island Life 1/7/2023 12:37:54 PM (No. 1373113)
First of all do not trust what our government tells us. Second of all, do not trust what our government tells us.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: chance_232 1/7/2023 1:28:00 PM (No. 1373150)
I started hoarding flour, sugar and butter last summer. I would always have 3 - 4 dozen eggs in the frig. I did this in anticipation of shortages during the holidays. I was stunned the other day when I went to Winn Dixie and a container of 18 XL Eggs was $14.84. I've gone through my hoard of baking supplies......Should have been keeping up.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Proud Texan 1/7/2023 2:30:25 PM (No. 1373184)
Small groups of chickens grown for personal use are also vulnerable to avian flu spread by wildlife. The Feds WILL come around to check, too. Something to keep in mind. There is good to be seen in that too. Maybe some flocks should be left alone to see if some of the birds would have immunity or at least be able to beat the virus so that could be bred into future flocks. It seems to me that killing all the birds just makes sure future birds will not be able to fight the virus. I do see their point in destroying the entire flock so that it doesn't drag on seemingly forever, but hasn't what they are doing failed already?
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Reply 28 - Posted by: nelsonted1 1/7/2023 2:49:54 PM (No. 1373191)
A neighboring city had over a hundred wild geese and ducks dead on the ice that this again flu. Farms have sparrows or any number of traveling birds come in and the whole flog is sick over night. This isn't A conspiracy. Five years ago hog flu killed a quarter of worlds hogs mostly chinese. These diseases are not new, been around a long time..
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Reply 29 - Posted by: LadyHen 1/7/2023 2:52:00 PM (No. 1373194)
Keeping a small flock of egg layer hens is pretty easy, even on a small urban or suburban plot. We kept them for years on our 1/6th of an acre urban backyard. They essentially become pet animals who make food. Roosters are unnecessary and loud (great for the country but not if you have close neighbors.) Most farm stores (Tractor Supply, Co-op) now have small yard friendly chicken coops for sale and they will have chicks for sale in March/April. Brood out your baby chicks until you get some warmer weather and they have hardened feathers, then pop them in the coop. Provide food, water, sunshine, and good protection from predators (everything eats chicken!) and in a few month you will have more eggs than you know what to do with and some sweet new pets.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: rochow 1/7/2023 3:43:51 PM (No. 1373236)
It may not be bird flu that kills so many birds, but they are not willing to admit, it's the garbage wind mills that kill thousands. Odd though, because the eggs that I buy ($8.99) come from chicken. I did not know that they are still busy flying around the planet!
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Pete Stone 1/7/2023 4:23:45 PM (No. 1373248)
Let's not forget the turkeys. This year roasting turkeys went for $2 a pound -- double last year's prices. Considering that about half of a dressed turkey is waste -- bones and fat -- the cost of turkey meat works out to about $4 a pound. We skipped turkeys for Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. For Thanksgiving we found boneless USDA Choice top sirloin on sale for about $5 a pound. That's 25% more than turkey, but it's a lot tastier too. For Christmas we got a leg of lamb out of the freezer. Maybe the price of turkeys will be back down next year and maybe it won't.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 1/7/2023 4:58:24 PM (No. 1373272)
Interesting the lengths the producers go to prevent contamination.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Heil Liberals 1/7/2023 8:21:16 PM (No. 1373362)
Where is the evidence of this bird flu epidemic. Suddenly at the tale end of the Covid b.s., there is a sudden outbreak of bird flu in which the government demands the destruction of millions of birds. Where were the warnings? Where were the news stories about a growing epidemic in our chicken population? It's all part of the plan.
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Posted by DW626 1/9/2023 5:31:32 PM Post Reply
The US Supreme Court not only decided not to look at the Brunson brothers’ case, but also decided not to take up the Bonner case challenging the legality of mail-in ballots. Such a shame. The US Supreme Court is absolutely frightened to take up strong cases that challenge corrupt elections or corrupt practices. Yet this is the biggest issue facing our country right now and the biggest threat to our Constitution. Corrupt elections breed corrupt politicians which bread corrupt government officials which breed corrupt media and social media companies and so on… In 2020, 18 state AGs joined the Texas case that argued against the corrupt election
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