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loogaroo
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Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow

"per head fee" of $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow and $2,500 per hog sold

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14oCSp2HhIg


jdd48
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2012
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
Until you had absurd government taxes & regulation fees on top.


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tiggerthetooth
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
No one working.

Only eating plants and bugs.


Smoking weed all day everyday.


The 60s are back. John Lennon missed his dream come true.


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kywildcatfanone
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
Can I eat weed?


LegendInMyMind
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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Can I eat weed?

Yes.


LewDawg
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
The marbling is probably lacking though huh?


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Mid Iowa Tiger
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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"per head fee" of $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow and $2,500 per hog sold



Cattle rustling about to go off the charts.


Sidicous
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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Can I eat weed?


We should be consuming the seeds from cannabis actually. The seeds contain one of the most nutritious blends found in Nature. And the proteins are are in the form edestin* which is readily absorbable. In the 1937 testimony against banning/taxing the farming of cannabis testimony was given that "birds will not sing without the seeds of the cannabis plant". Hempzels won the best tasting pretzel in America award for many years, being made from hemp seed flour. Hemp seeds are more nutritious than soybeans and include the essential fatty acids dieticians recommend fish consumption for without the additional lead from the aquatic food chain.





*Edestin, (also known as Edistin[1]) is a highly-digestible, hexameric legumin protein,[2][3] and a seed storage protein,[4] with a molecular weight of 310 kDa.[5] Edestin is a globular protein (biologically active) as opposed to fibrous protein (structural). Though the human body can manufacture globular proteins from any protein source, it is much more efficient for the body to make globulins from locally digestible globular proteins.

Edestin has the unique ability to stimulate the manufacturing process of antibodies against invasive agents[6] and contains a low aggravatory phosphor content (kidney ailments, etc.).[7]

Globular proteins found in edestin (and in Alpha 1 globulins, Alpha 2 globulins, Beta globulins and Gamma globulins) are long peptide-chains, precursors for biological proteins essential for life. Edestin is similar to serum globulin (blood plasma), and the biologically active protein of edestin is metabolized in the human body and capable of biosynthesizing:[8][9]

hormones (which regulate all the body processes),
hemoglobin (which transports oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitric oxide),
enzymes (which catalyze and control biochemical reactions),
antibodies (immunoglobulins which fend off invading bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens, as well as toxins or antigens as they enter the body).
Edestin can also be broken down to edestan.[10]


Hemp seed
Commercial hemp seeds (for human consumption) contain an average 30-35% protein, of which 60-80% is edestin (the remainder being albumin).[11] A particular strain of Korean hemp, Cheungsam, because it contains 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) free radical scavenging activity, has been suggested for utilization as "a superior antioxidative nutrient".[8] from wikipedia


Jax Teller
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
This thread is weird. Is weed sold by the unit of measure of cow?


kywildcatfanone
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Member since Oct 2012
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
Then I will like a pack of ribeye weed please.


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keks tadpole
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Member since Feb 2017
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
If $3.75/gallon doesn’t get you run out of DC, tack an additional $10+ on a pound of bacon and see what happens.


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loogaroo
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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This thread is weird. Is weed sold by the unit of measure of cow?


We could see $40-$50 per lb beef if they pass this bill. Milk will be $10 or better per gallon.


GRTiger
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
Weed is less than $40-50/lb? I need to start a new vice.


Steadyhands
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
Looks like I will be raising my own meat again and doing all of my own slaughtering. Can't charge me money for stuff that isn't reported.


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USMEagles
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
Been a while, but isn't weed something like $65 / ounce at least?


DaleGribble
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
It already is here in Bend. A gram cartridge is going for 18 dollars(cheaper for vets, medical, and seniors) on the low end and should last someone at least 3 or 4 days.

Can you even get a decent steak for that price? It might buy a pack of pork chops.


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Wiseguy
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
I can’t believe this is real until I can read it for myself. There’s no way “they” are imposing a multi-thousand dollar per head “fee” on livestock.

Amd what’s with the flag behind her? Black and white stripes with one single red stripe?


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Sneaky__Sally
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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Been a while, but isn't weed something like $65 / ounce at least?


Depends on location and quality but a rough $150 per O estimate is pretty reasonable for decent stuff.


Sao
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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Codythetiger
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re: Weed is about to be cheaper than beef and pork. $4,500 per beef cow, $6,500 per dairy cow
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Depends on location and quality but a rough $150 per O estimate is pretty reasonable for decent stuff.


Yeah if you're buying a fricking pound of weed


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