‘National Cattle Herd Shortage’ Exposed as an Orchestrated Plot To Enforce Bug-Eating Agenda

‘National Cattle Herd Shortage’ Exposed as an Orchestrated Plot To Enforce Bug-Eating Agenda



By Sean Adl-Tabatabai   Fact checked


Americans need to be prepared to eat a lot less beef, because the global elite have drastically culled the size of the national cattle herd in an effort to combat climate change and move people away from meat-eating diets.


While beef prices have been rising rapidly in recent years, most Americans are still unaware of the gravity of the current shortage, as they are still eating cattle that were slaughtered some time ago. Unfortunately, conditions are starting to get tight, and a lack of action may lead to dire consequences.


According to the latest biannual report from the USDA, the number of beef cows in the United States has fallen to the lowest level since 1962. As of January 1st, 2023, the cattle inventory was at 89.3 million head, which is three percent lower than last year’s total, and the lowest since 2015. Of that number, 38.3 million cows and heifers have calved. Moreover, there are 28.9 million beef cows, which are those explicitly bred for slaughter and meat sales, down almost four percent from last year and the lowest the agency has recorded since 1962.



With a population of 331 million in the United States, the decrease in cattle inventory poses a significant problem. The downward trend in cattle production does not seem like it will reverse in 2023. The cattle supply chain also has a biological lag, so what consumers experience at the grocery store is a product of what cattle producers were going through a year or two ago. It takes about two years for a new calf to become the steak on your dinner plate.


The corporate media is already calling beef “a luxury meat,” and prices are inevitably going to rise even higher in the coming months. If you love beef, you should stock up now.


However, the reduction in cattle inventory may be part of an orchestrated plot to enforce the bug-eating agenda of the globalist elite. It is well-known that many globalist elites have advocated for people to reduce their meat consumption and switch to a plant-based diet to combat climate change.


In this context, the decrease in cattle inventory may be a deliberate attempt to force people to eat insects, which some have touted as the food of the future. As reported by the BBC, “insects are nutritious, environmentally friendly, and a sustainable source of protein.” The United Nations has also promoted the consumption of insects to combat food insecurity.


It is not far-fetched to speculate that the globalist elites may be behind the shrinking national cattle herd. With millions of people around the world already facing acute malnutrition and starvation, the globalist elites may be forcing the masses to adopt a bug-based diet to further their agenda. The reduction in cattle inventory may be part of a larger plan to enforce the bug-eating agenda of the globalist elite.


As the situation worsens, livestock economist Kenny Burdine has warned that cattle production’s downward trend is unlikely to reverse in 2023. In an interview with the New York Post, Burdine explained that “There was no question that the beef cow herd had gotten smaller” and that “it takes about two years for a new calf to become the steak on your dinner plate.” This means that consumers will feel the effects of the reduced cattle population for a while.


Food shortages continue to intensify globally, with many countries experiencing unprecedented levels of suffering. In Yemen, the Global Hunger Index currently ranks it as the worst in the world for the level of hunger, with millions of Yemeni children suffering from acute malnutrition. In North Korea, ordinary citizens are reportedly dropping dead on the streets every day due to severe famine.


In the UK, the largest supermarkets are now strictly rationing many fruits and vegetables, with Tesco and Aldi limiting sales of tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers to three per customer. Asda has capped sales of lettuces, salad bags, broccoli, cauliflower, and raspberry punnets to three per customer, along with tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers. Morrisons has set limits of two on cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuces, and peppers. Approximately 22% of all British households skipped meals or even fasted for a whole day in January, and it is reported that four million children are now in food poverty.


The world is facing an impending food crisis that is set to get worse in the coming years. Global food production is expected to drop precipitously, regardless of what our leaders do now, due to various factors such as dwindling topsoil, fertilizer supplies becoming tight, and microplastics raining on farms worldwide. Many of our leaders understand the looming catastrophe but don’t want to alarm the public.


The situation is dire, and those who are wise will start preparing for the challenges ahead. Unfortunately, most of the population continues to assume that everything will magically work out just fine, and so they will not be ready for the horrors that are ahead of us.



Sean Adl-Tabatabai


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