Monstrous GMO Bulls Now A Reality

Due to genetic selection and experiments, the Belgian Blue is a humongous species of Bull, packed with muscles and meat.


This amazing super species of cattle is known to have more than 40% additional muscle mass. They gain weight amazingly fast, and produce high protein milk for their Calves.

What is hidden from the general public, is the fact that these Bulls are Genetically Modified.


Their uninhibited muscle growth presents a lot of health hazards, calves can develop enlarged tongues and stiff legs which make it difficult for them to eat and move, leading to an early and painful death.



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33 comments:

  1. Believe it or not, these are all natural. They're a special type of breed called a Belgium Blue Bull, and they grow MASSIVE muscles. 2600 pounds, all natural is normal for one of these monsters. Look them up, they have a genetic mutation that allows them to grow double muscle. Nothing GMO about them.

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  2. Yup.... they are natural... they have a gene defect 2 x myostatin gene is missing.....so they grow out of control and have been rebred like this for this specific reason

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  3. people constantly confuse genetically modified with hybridization, they should learn the difference

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    1. Thanks god there are ppl like you who know the difference. Author used a confusing title probably to boost visit count.

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  4. I'm always amazed how people or reporters (with the word ALIEN in their title)see something they dont understand and assume it's automatically a chemical/genetic alteration. They wont even go talk to an actual breeder or farmer actually raising the animal in hopes that the general public who has never even seen a farm, will believe the propaganda thus creating a tidal wave of negativity on a subject they know nothing about except what they see on Youtube or the Comedy channel. Politicians work the same way-they play on the publics ignorance.My family has been raising livestock for over 150 yrs before we just got out of it. oh by the way i heard that a alien from roswell escaped, maybe you should go chase it down and see if it was genetically altered. jeeez!

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  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgian_Blue

    "Breed issues

    The neonatal calf is so large that Caesarean sections are routinely done.[1] Double-muscled cows also can experience dystocia, even when bred to normal beef bulls or dairy bulls, because of a narrower birth canal.[1] In addition to the dam’s reduced pelvic dimensions, the calf’s birth weight and width are increased, in turn making parturition harder.[4] The bull’s testicular weight and semen quantity and quality have been observed as reduced, however this seems to be less of an issue when compared to the dam's difficulties calving.[3]"

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  6. Without human intervention to do the c-section, the cow and calf would both die and the mutant gene would fade out rather quickly.

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  7. The same that now stand behind all this are the very same that shout the loudest when such things are then reported as causing cancer, or some other decease in man. Man is fickle.

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  8. All natural. The only genetic modifications to these cows is the genetic modification that humans have been doing for thousands of years - through selective breeding. This post is just one of a never ending supply of false stories about animal welfare and genetic modification.

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  9. Genetic selection is human guided natural selection, it's not the same as genetically altered and can not pose the same risks. The Belgian Blue has been around for a long time, no population consuming them has ever reported mass break outs of giant cancerous tumors, we can't say that about gm grains and vegetables.

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  10. i WANT THAT GENE FOR ME!

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  11. "All natural. The only genetic modifications to these cows is the genetic modification that humans have been doing for thousands of years - through selective breeding. This post is just one of a never ending supply of false stories about animal welfare and genetic modification.".................................... Hardly natural. Human intervation is required at many stages; insemination, birth and welfare. These cattle simply could not exist otherwise. Nothing natural about them.

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  12. Who made man God? Man has never nor will he ever create anything. Man is good at manipulation, modifying and destruction. When man can create atoms, protons, electrons,DNA, dirt, stone,water, blood, etc., without using the components of the creation, then I might listen to him. Without human intervention, extinct species would still be here. Without human intervention and selection the world wouldn't be so messed up now.

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  13. Natural is a silly term when describing our food supply. There is nothing natural about farming. Hybridization and selection has yielded plants and animals that would have met an evolutionary end a long time ago. An example is the avocado plant. That seed was meant to pass the intestinal tract of a very large animal that humans hunted to extinction thousands of years ago. The avocado should have died out, but instead humans developed a taste for it and kept it, unnaturally some would argue, beyond its evolutionary fate.

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  14. You are a total fool if you believe this happens by selective breeding. Just like the cornish cross chickens that we all eat with relish from the grocery stores and KFC. Those are GM animals also. They have had a gene removed or turned off to cause the giant fast growth that is seen in this very hard to obtain breed stock. It is very expensive to purchase the breeding stock of these chickens and is not supposedly passed on to later generations.I don't care how many generations you breed normal animals it will not change how quickly something will mature. They have tinkered with the DNA of these poor animals in order to grow them in 6 wks. versus 6-9 months it normally takes to mature. I raise chickens I know this. They also cannot breed naturally. Oh and turkeys are done the same way.

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  15. Genetic modification is a limited modification to an object via genetic manipulation through unnatural means, such as forced breading or what have you.

    In the case of genes, it's a limited modification of an isolated gene in a genome that is considered beneficial and then essentially used, ideally, to better a compatible organism.

    So, technically anything that has been altered unnaturally from isolation of a gene would be modified given it's limitation to the organism and mutation.

    Thus, this is indeed a genetically modified organism. Or better yet, a genetically mutated organism.

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    1. No, selective breeding such as this has been going on for centuries, to the benefit of mankind, increasing crop and livestock yield.
      You can call it what you like, but it doesn't alter the fact that this in not the same as "Genetic Modification" as in GMOs.

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  16. We are what we eat no wonder people are over wait now too and look like these bulls / cows. : (

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  17. Who is that very well informed "Anonymous" contributor - or even better, who is paying you to sit around these blogs trying to influence opinions? Please become transparent and reveal yourself and your financial supporter. Gregor Reti, Los Angeles, Self-employed author

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  18. this is very deceptive .these animals are not genetically modified .that implys they are created from a test tube.this is artificial selection like breeders have been doing for hundreds of years.

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  19. "This amazing super species of cattle is known to have more than 40% additional muscle mass. They gain weight amazingly fast, and produce high protein milk for their Calves.

    What is hidden from the general public, is the fact that these Bulls are Genetically Modified"
    It's been a long time since I lived on a farm, but if these "bulls" can produce "milk" for their calves, then a lot of things have been modified.

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  20. I don't know who to believe, but i sure don't want to eat that, poor thing.

    It seems completely unnatural and i don't really believe everyone saying this is just caused by selective breeding, but i guess that's what Wiki say's about it so.....
    "its the truth"
    If anyone here has looking into some of the science that David Wilcock refers to then you will indeed remember that genetic mutations auto correct in 1-2 generations, so i am no expert on cows by any mean's but i am sure the gene responsible is turned off by unnatural means otherwise it would auto correct.
    And the mutation would vanish for good.

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    1. What? genetic mutations auto correct in 1-2 generations?? David Wilcock is not a scientist if he says that.
      Mutations might vanish as you say if it makes the offspring non-viable so any offspring that would have had that mutation, die, but there is no such thing as 'auto-correct' except in text messages on your phone...
      Learn some genetics,, friend :)

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  21. This is pure evil.

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  22. a bull that produces milk, eh? hmmm.

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  23. "Q. What's the difference between cross pollination/grafting/SELECTIVE BREEDING that farmers have been doing for centuries and GENETIC MODIFICATION? Just curious, because it seems like farmers have been screwing with genes for a long time now. – Joe, NY

    A. You’re right, Joe. Farmers have used selective breeding for ages to increase the robustness and output of their crops and to produce and encourage other desirable traits. But there are some pretty huge differences between the techniques they’ve traditionally used and the high-tech ones being implemented today on mega farms that produce GM corn, cotton, soy, and canola (the four crops largely converted to GM technology so far). Put it this way: If traditional selective breeding is like two people with two different sets of genes being paired up by a matchmaker who thinks they’ll have pretty, healthy kids together, then modern high-tech GM breeding is like Victor Frankenstein slicing ‘superior’ body parts out of fifteen different corpses and using them to sew together his powerful, yet frighteningly unpredictable, monster.

    Whoops. Did that sound slightly unscientific and/or possibly biased? Then don’t take it from me—take it from Craig Holdrege, director of The Nature Institute. He explains that the most critical difference between natural and GM breeding is that natural breeding crosses only organisms that are already closely related—two varieties of corn, for example—whereas, in contrast, GM breeding slaps together genes from up to 15 wildly different sources. Here’s how he explained the convoluted GM breeding process to me in an email:

    To make a GM plant, scientists need to isolate DNA from different organisms—bacteria, viruses, plants, and sometimes animals (or humans if the target gene is a human gene). They then recombine these genes biochemically in the lab to make a "gene construct," which can consist of DNA from five to fifteen different sources. This gene construct is cloned in bacteria to make lots of copies, which are then isolated. Next, the copies are shot into embryonic plant tissue (microprojectile bombardment), or moved into plant tissue via a particular bacterium (Agrobacterium) that acts as a vector. After getting the construct copies into the embryonic plant tissue, whole plants are regenerated. Only a few plants out of many hundreds will turn out to grow normally and exhibit the desired trait—such as herbicide resistance.

    Or take it from Joe Mendelson, director of the Center for Food Safety. Here’s how he put in it in an email:

    The difference is pretty large. In regular cross pollination, the species being crossed have to be related . . . basically respecting their common evolutionary origin. But with GMOs, you can take any gene from any species and splice it into a crop. So you get fish genes in tomatoes or the like.

    And it’s not just cotton, corn, soy, and canola that are being genetically modified anymore—GM alfalfa and GM sugar beets are on the way.

    Many food safety activists are, like Holdrege and Mendelson, concerned about the effects these six major GM crops will have on ecosystems, on agricultural production, and on our bodies. All that aggressive lab work, they argue, has the potential to bring consequences we can’t anticipate. Genetic modification has certainly upped agricultural output, which is a plus when food prices are high and many parts of the world are experiencing or are at risk for famine. But because almost all of us eat GM foods and produce every day, you’re wise to ask tough questions about the relatively new and largely untested technology."

    http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/stories/genetic-engineering-vs-selective-breeding

    And so there you have it folks! Question answered. This applies to animal breeding as well.

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  24. "Genetic modification changes the DNA pattern of an organism to help create a new organism with desirable traits. This process is often used in commercial corn, cotton and soy production. Generally, the purpose of genetic modification in food crops is to make the organism more resilient or otherwise better-equipped to produce high yields. Some genetic modifications, for example, make plant crops resistant to various poisons, such as Roundup. Such a modification allows the farmer to use Roundup freely on the crop area, eliminating weeds without fear of damaging or killing the crop itself. This usually means that the farmer can produce more of the crop with less labor and expense.

    Selective breeding is a way for humans to nurture desirable traits in plants and animals, but it is much older and less scientific than genetic modification. In selective breeding, two members of the same species are paired as breeding partners in order to encourage desirable characteristics in the offspring. For example, cows that have been observed producing large volumes of milk may be bred to pass that trait on to ensuing generations. This process helps ensure an increase in the milk yield of future cows.

    While selective breeding of plants and animals has been practiced for centuries, genetic modification is still fairly new. As a result, while most people are comfortable with the former practice, many people worry about the safety of the latter. While there are legitimate concerns about the environmental impact of genetically modified crops, evidence indicates that foods produced through biotechnology are just as safe to eat as normal crops. Each product has to pass thorough tests. Every crop is checked for allergens and toxins. While genetically modified foods start out as experiments in a lab, by the time they hit the market, they're practically indistinguishable from crops grown on a conventional farm. Yet traditional crops aren't held to the same scrutiny and could potentially pose more health hazards than genetically modified foods under some circumstances."

    http://curiosity.discovery.com/question/genetic-modification-differ-selective-breeding

    Just one more before I go. Do your research, before you insert your foot into your mouth. If more people did their research, much less of them would sound like idiots.

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  28. The sole genetic alterations for you to these cows would be the genetic adjustment that will mankind are actually carrying out free store cards for thousands of many years : by means of picky breeding. This kind of submit is usually one among a endless supply of phony testimonies regarding canine survival in addition to genetic adjustment.

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