CLAIM: Tractor Supply chicken feed allegedly laced with ingredients causing chickens to stop laying eggs; company board members tied to WEF, Jeffrey Epstein

CLAIM: The popular Tractor Supply chain of farm stores has reportedly reformulated its “Producer’s Pride” chicken feed, causing hens that eat it to no longer produce eggs.

Multiple online sources, many of them hen farmers, say that ever since Tractor Supply changed the Producer’s Pride formulation, their birds have gone desolate. This could be because of a reduction in the amount of protein contained in the feed, or it could be caused by other factors such as aflatoxin contamination.

Note: Mike Adams has committed to acquiring and testing Tractor Supply chicken feed products in his food science lab and sharing the results publicly, whatever they show. Tests to be conducted will include aflatoxins, heavy metals (lead, arsenic, cadmium, mercury, zinc, copper, strontium, etc.), glyphosate and a full slate of microbiology including e.coli, salmonella, yeast and mold.

It is wintertime, which means birds are exposed to less sunlight and thus naturally produce fewer eggs. However, farmers say the drop-off in egg production is so dramatic this year that many hens are producing no eggs at all, as opposed to just a reduction in eggs.

All of this is happening at a time when inflation is off the charts and eggs are in short supply supposedly due to “avian flu”. (Related: There probably isn’t a real avian flu crisis like the media and the Biden regime are claiming, though, since the U.S. government is using fraudulent PCR tests to diagnose hens before slaughtering them.)

Egg prices have increased from an average of $1.71 per dozen 18 months ago to more than $7 a dozen today. This, coupled with the avian flu psy-op and now the Tractor Supply “Feedgate” issue, has created an egg crisis with no end in sight.

Has Tractor Supply been infiltrated with genocidal globalists who want to take away our eggs along with our meat?

There is also talk — although unproven — that Tractor Supply may have tampered with its Producer’s Pride formulation to deliberately cause an egg-laying crisis. Its board of directors is composed of 10 people, some of whom are tied to globalist entities like the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Joy Brown, a former executive at Vanguard, a $5 trillion index fund, is one of them. Vanguard is one of the “big three” index funds – BlackRock and State Street are the other two – boasting major financial support from the WEF and possibly even the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in China.

Andre Hawaux, another Tractor Supply board member, is a former ConAgra executive. ConAgra, as you may recall, is a heavy proponent of genetic engineering (GMO) that one Wyoming farmer told the independent media is comprised of “a bunch of crooks.”

ConAgra is one of the GMO top dogs that produces “terminator” seeds that eventually go sterile – and that also cause the soil they are planted in to go sterile. The gene-splicing technologies employed by ConAgra are “bad for both plants and humans,” this same farmer confirmed.

Then we have Mark Weikel, another Tractor Supply board member who worked as president of Victoria’s Secret, owned by Leslie Wexner, from 2003-2007. During that particular time period, pedophile pervert Jeffrey Epstein had a power-of-attorney document in his possession that allowed him to hire, manage, and fire all of Wexner’s employees and take control over the company’s finances and entities.

The Gateway Pundit reportedly asked Weikel point blank if he reported directly to Epstein during his time at Victoria’s Secret. He did not reply, nor did he deny, that this was the case.

“You know darn well that this is intentional,” one commenter wrote about Tractor Supply’s Feedgate.

“Satan walks among us,” wrote another. “Our food is next. They have already been doing evil things but now it will intensify.”

“When looking at this board of directors, there’s no question they messed with the chicken feed,” added someone else to the conversation.

“Yep,” responded another. “Just like the ‘flu’ the chickens were given, as well as food plants being destroyed and no more fertilizer shipments. They’re trying to kill us by starving us.”

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Peru pulls ambassador from Honduras amid regional criticism

Peru has withdrawn its ambassador from Honduras, as Peru’s crackdown on protesters draws criticism from left-wing governments across Latin America.

In a social media post on Thursday, Peru’s foreign ministry stated that it was pulling Ambassador Jorge Raffo out of Honduras due to the country’s “unacceptable interference” in Peru’s internal affairs.

“As a consequence of the position adopted by Honduras, bilateral relations with said country will be maintained, indefinitely, at the level of charge d’affaires,” the foreign ministry said on Twitter.

Leftist leaders from countries such as Mexico, Honduras, Bolivia and Colombia have criticised the government of Peruvian President Dina Boluarte as security forces use lethal force against protesters calling for her removal from office.

About 56 people have been killed as the government steps up efforts to contain the protests, which began on December 7, when former President Pedro Castillo attempted to dissolve Peru’s Congress as the legislature met to vote on his impeachment. Castillo’s move was widely decried as illegal, and he was impeached and arrested.

Protests over his detention — spurred forward by poor, rural Peruvians who see Castillo as a victim of a corrupt establishment — have called for the removal of Boluarte, who was sworn in after Castillo’s impeachment.

Lawmakers allied with Castillo in the legislature submitted a motion for Boluarte’s impeachment this week. On Tuesday, thousands of protesters took to the streets in the capital city of Lima and were met with tear gas and pellets, despite Boluarte’s call for an easing of tensions earlier that day.

Speaking at the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in Argentina this week, Honduran President Xiomara Castro called Boluarte’s presidency a “coup d’etat”.

“We condemn the coup d’etat in Peru and the aggression to which the Peruvian people are subjected,” Castro said. “Our solidarity [is] with the legitimate elected president, Pedro Castillo, and we demand his immediate release.”

Her concerns were echoed by other Latin American leaders at CELAC, including Chilean President Gabriel Boric, who said there is “an urgent need for a change in Peru because the result of the path of violence and repression is unacceptable”.

Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador likewise pushed for an “end to the repression” in Peru during his appearance at CELAC. He has been critical of the current Peruvian government and has called Castillo the rightful leader of the country, offering the former president and his family refuge in Mexico.

In December, Peru declared the Mexican envoy “persona non grata” and ordered him to leave the country.

In a statement similar to the one withdrawing its ambassador from Honduras, Peru’s foreign ministry said that the decision to expel Mexico’s envoy came amid “repeated statements from the highest authorities of that country regarding the political situation in Peru”.