Saturday, December 18, 2021

Just When You Thought Commiefornia Couldn't Get Worse

Watch for meat markets to spring up all along the California border....


Seaboard Foods, the nation's second-biggest pig producer, said on Friday it will limit sales of certain pork products in California due to a measure requiring farmers to provide more space for animals raised for food sold in the state.

The company, which produces about 7.2 million hogs a year, "will no longer sell certain whole pork products into California due to California's Proposition 12," spokesman David Eaheart said.

No amount of nice weather makes it worth living there.

Oh well, that might help keep pork prices down for people in the normal states.

3 comments:

  1. On the positive side, California's new humane raising and slaughter laws created new business opportunities in Smothered Chicken for Mike Lindell.

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  2. I love the smell of bacon in the morning. Smells like...victory

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