Use Of Unreliable PCR Tests Causes Culling Of Poultry

by Tommy Grant

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has been “depopulating” poultry farms “out of an abundance of caution.” Whenever one single bird gets a PCR test result of positive for avian influenza, the ruling class culls the entire flock of birds. These government-enforced depopulation schemes target millions of egg-laying hens, decimating large flocks of harmless animals and threatening the already weak food supply.

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development recently reported that a few birds tested positive for avian influenza at a major Michigan poultry facility, according to a report by Natural News. The birds at this facility were put under quarantine and scheduled to be killed, en masse. Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch recently had a few hens test positive at their Green Meadow Organics facility, and entire flocks will be culled because of it. This is an issue that is occurring at greater frequency across the country. PCR fallibility and disease pandemonium have allowed government agencies to cull entire flocks, driving food price inflation and putting the food supply at risk.

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The USDA requires poultry farmers to use real-time-quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR) technology to determine whether a sick animal has been infected with avian influenza. If an animal tests positive, the producer must quarantine their flocks out of an abundance of caution and work with the state to come up with a “depopulation plan.” The depopulation plan typically involves killing millions of animals that aren’t even infected, to allegedly protect the herd from a pandemic strain.

So far, this policy of culling entire flocks has not been effective at stopping the PCR tests from showing positive test results. Yet, the ruling class is continuing with the failed policy.

On April 2, 2024, Cal-Maine Foods agreed to depopulate 1.6 million laying hens and 33,700 pullets at their facility in Parmer County, Texas. Some of the birds tested positive for H1N5 – one of the strains of highly pathogenic avian influenza that the latest PCR tests are calibrated to amplify.

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PCR tests have already been shown to be wildly inaccurate at determining if a living being is infected with a virus.

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The continued use of these tests to attempt to locate bird flu will result in the culling of many more animals, and a surge in prices for products such as poultry meat and eggs.



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