Roundup Harming Dairy Cows!


...elusive dreamer
Apr 5, 2009
The environment, humans and now the cattle raised for food -- the horror that is glyphosate apparently knows no bounds, as a new study out of Denmark shows that dairy cows everywhere are now being harmed by the pervasive agricultural poison.

According to this latest indictment of the Monsanto-owned chemical, glyphosate, the primary active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, was identified in 100 percent of urine samples collected from dairy cows all across Denmark, the health implications of which are immensely sobering for both the animals and humans.

Dr. Monika Kruger and her colleagues from the University of Leipzig in Germany and Minoufiya University in Egypt presumably did not expect to find glyphosate in every single urine sample they collected for analysis as part of their study.

But as they say, the data speaks for itself, and it illustrates just how ubiquitous this extremely toxic crop herbicide has become throughout the environment. In every instance, it turns out, dairy cows were found to have glyphosate not only in their urine but also in their blood at levels that suggest serious cell toxicity.

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Active member
Oct 25, 2012
Chicago Area
Glyphosate is the new pandemic and it is both tragic and ironic to thick it is done purposefully by an immoral corporation who is doing it for a quick profit. I was at a presentation showing slides of the rapid collapse of public health and increase in disease and death rates in America. Monsanto, if you look at the big picture clearly, is our most dangerous terrorist threat.


New member
Jul 24, 2010
Glastonbury, England
It doesn't surprise me - and most GM crops are fed to livestock as animal feed...

One company, fuelled by the profit motive, playing fast and loose with Nature and public health.... Future generations will wonder how they ever got away with it.


Active member
Jul 11, 2011
Is it any wonder why there are so many sick humans, now.
Also chickens and other animals are fed offcuts of their own kind that are rendered down and made into pellets.