• 👽 make cows to kill humans. Cow's are genetically modified robots designed to take over our planet. . . Think about it.

    1. Cow's generate more pollution then humanity when taking into consideration pastures and all waste including fast food restaurants and farms
    2. They fart enough methane to hurt our atmosphere
    3. They are the only known animals to be abducted by aliens
    4. Why do some religions consider them sacred? What do they know that we don't?
    5. They spread diseases like ecoli
    6. They kill us by making us obese
    7. Pastured land for cattle grazing takes away our oxogen producing trees

  • Cows are a product of selective breeding

    Cows can trace their ancestry back several about eighty cows in the area of what is now Turkey. This means that the cows we know (and eat) today are merely the result of a careful breeding program that took place eons ago to create the perfect, genetically engineered cow.

  • Yes they are.

    They have been genetically engineered to produce healthier milk. Scientists have created cows that have been genetically modified to produce milk which is healthier for humans. The cows are part of a growing effort by scientists to make food and drink products from livestock healthier by genetically altering the animals.

  • They produce more meat.

    Yes, cows are genetically engineered, because they have been bred selectively for years. Farming can become more efficient and cattle can become stronger through this engineering. It is wise for farmers to produce a good crop. That is the essence of good farming. Through generations, cows have produced more milk, and produced more and better meat.

  • Cows have been on Earth for ages.

    Cows haven't changed in appearance much but I do think they have gotten bigger. This does not mean they are genetically engineered. They maybe genetically modified in some cases but that's not the same as saying that a cow was engineering in a lab from a goat and a horse.

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