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Vaccines Using mRNA Can Protect Farm Animals Against Diseases Traditional Ones May Not

While effective vaccines for COVID-19 should have heralded the benefits of mRNA vaccines, fear and misinformation about their supposed dangers circulated at the same time. These misconceptions about mRNA vaccines have recently spilled over into worries about whether their use in agricultural animals could expose people to components of the vaccine within animal products such as meat or milk.

In fact, a number of states are drafting or considering legislation outlawing the use of mRNA vaccines in food animals or, at minimum, requiring their labeling on animal products in grocery stores. Idaho introduced a bill that would make it a misdemeanor to administer any type of mRNA vaccine to any person or mammal, including COVID-19 vaccines. A Missouri bill would have required the labeling of animal products derived from animals administered mRNA vaccines but failed to get out of committee. Arizona and Tennessee have also proposed labeling bills. Several other state legislatures are discussing similar measures.

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Lambing has started... 8 days too soon.Which usually means we have issues. And boy... did we have issues.Had our first set of triplets, but two perhaps got stuck during delivery, and the third... well, lets just say I've NEVER seen this.Also had a ewe prolapse, which turned into more drama the following day.AND... my freshly cleaned barn had a blown water line, so back to clean out we went.