Dienstag, 24. September 2013

The shocking truth about the high milk yield of the cow

There is a new food and animal welfare scandal in the house? The extreme news editors received in the last week of a dairy farmer a letter which has the "Generative degeneration syndrome in cattle" and what are the consequences for the quality of the milk has been mentioned. Although its effects remain with economies such as unprecedented consequences for dairy farmers, cows and the total supply of the population with dairy products, they still get attention from the media, academia and nutritionists as well as hard. 
Beginning of the 80s was the milk yield of a cow still at about 20 liters per day, today, there are high-performance cows that produce about 40 liters of milk daily. Considering that 8 liters a day are perfectly adequate for the natural supply of a calf, the immense overproduction has significant health consequences for the cow. Had a life expectancy of a cow at 25 years earlier, it is now only about 5 years.

 Increase in milk yield is achieved through a special feeding method in conjunction with the parameter urea content. For this, the veterinarian Dr. Karl-Heinz Taste (Issue No. 41/2008) in the trade newspaper "Hesse Bauer" wrote in a letter: "... The biggest disaster that has affected the health of the cow and the economics of dairy cows in question is, the orientation of the protein supply of dairy cows based on urea values ​​of plus / minus 250 mg per liter of milk. This measure stems from principles pseudo-scientific nonsense! The cause of the shortened life of the cow is only the progressive degeneration of the liver and kidney by a blind coated on the metabolic capacity and cell sensitivity of liver and kidney unadjusted crude protein ".

In the news editor of the extreme letters sent by the Hessian dairy farmer, the statement of Dr. taste is confirmed and explained once again fundamentally from personal experience. He shared Extremely News that he is pushed by a stove breakdown on the fact that Dr. taste in his book "The damaged urea in cow disease" as generative degeneration syndrome in cattle called. The Milchviebauer writes: "this basic fact is to determine the optimal protein supply of dairy cows on the basis of the parameter urea content in milk. This is expected to reach a value of 250 mg of urea per liter of milk, according to science and official advice. If this value is reached or even exceeded, the protein intake of the cow is in the optimum range for representation of nutritionists for dairy cows.

 To better understand the effects of feeding a brief explanation of how the protein intake of the cow in the natural course works: The cow is an animal whose ancestors have lived for millions of years Puszta , prairies and other grasslands , where it first was no farmers applied which nitrogen fertilizer and secondly, farmers have not been , which have fed protein feed ( soybean meal, rapeseed meal , peas, beans). For the cow is thus the nitrogen as a base material of the protein nutrient deficiency represents the solution of nature was the formation of a special digestive tract with the rumen as the main stomach. This is a large fermentation tank with trillions of bacteria. This digest the food. Protein is broken down to the basic materials ammonia and urea , which in turn serve the bacteria as raw materials for their own protein . In contrast to human and pig protein degradation and conversion does not end with the amino acids in the cow but goes further to nitrogen precursors .These bacteria mass moves further in the digestive tract and is digested in the small intestine and absorbed the protein. Why this complex system : in my opinion is in this fermenter also cyanobacteria , which are able to reduce airborne nitrogen to ammonium , which is then incorporated back into the protein cycle. But this process in the rumen has been to my knowledge never been investigated .The diabolical in this system is now reached in a feeding with protein shares about 20 percent to quantities of milk per cow per year of 10,000 liters or more . This results in amounts of urea in the overall system cow , which exceed the detoxification capacity of the liver and kidney. Urea as a cytotoxin now destroyed liver and kidney cells ( see attached pictures ) with the result that the kidney is less and less able to excrete excess urea. This is measured at the urea concentrations in urine. A healthy cow kidney is able to excrete urine up to 3000 mg of urea per liter. The more a cow kidney is damaged , the lower this value . The average of all cows in Germany is now less than 1000 mg per liter of urine . The lowest value was found was 160mg / L urine.Secondary diseases such as mastitis , metritis , swollen joints , blood, sweat , etc. are inevitable and have also been described in the last Buiatrikkongress in Lisbon ( http://www.elite-magazin.de/news/Neue-Kuehe-braucht-das-Land- 856939.html ) .We have to assume that about 90 % of cows have extreme liver and kidney damage , which classify them as " end-stage alcoholics " by these findings. However, that is not enough , even the calf in the womb is damaged in liver and kidney. It comes in the course of generations, to an ever greater degeneration. This leads ultimately to the fact that the calves are no longer viable.To verify these facts , I bought in supermarkets 2 each 5 bags of whole milk , bottled in this sample tubes of the Hessian milk control laboratories and asked to investigate these milk ingredients. Note that milk was collected from collection trucks at the farmers stored in the dairy in large intermediate containers ( and stirred everywhere ) , to then be bottled after processing.Most of the tested before New Year's Eve 2012 samples had a liter of milk urea content of 280mg / l . The highest value was 293mg / L milk. The lowest was 160 mg / L.Would you - a bit dubious and maybe a little evil - Compare milk urea nitrogen and urine urea levels , one might come to the statement that we have twice the urea content in the milk.The collected findings give rise to the suspicion that materials are due to the condition of the liver and kidney of cows in the milk that do not belong there. This could be one reason for the enormous increase in milk intolerance in the population and needs to be urgently course of scientific investigations . "About the effects of increased nitrogen contents in foods , there is a study of Rhode Iceland Hospital. Study Director Suzanne de la Monte suspects in the " Journal of Alzheimer 's Disease " that nitrosamines not only contribute to cancer at the cellular level , but can also cause other diseases such as type 2 diabetes , Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.Since this problem for all involved in the food safety and food security institutions and individuals is not apparently exist and is negated by Allen , Extreme News calls for further research and eventual production of a video contribution to on that affected dairy farmers , professionals and scientists at the email address milk @ extremnews.com Report .http://www.extremnews.com/berichte/ernaehrung/28d614901b09a93

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