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  October 26, 2021
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Bio-Risk Info Canada

1440 Barberry Dr.
Port Coquitlam
Canada
Toll free: +011-604-941-9022

Phone: 16049458408
Fax: +011-604-941-9022

Description:

Advocating for Improving "Bio-risks" in the Livestock Production, Food and Horticulture Industries. Join our alliance for the Fraser Lower Mainland Land Food System's (LFS) for food security with trade, sourcing- e. g. buying local, with sound geo-political mindset along the way, and reliability or consistency in farming inputs and supply and sustainability to ensure continuity in food production by preserving land, water and air and weather conditions from new global warming trends.

Agenda Items: 

1) Hormone-free. - synthetics, e. g. diethylstilbestrol (a steroidal hormone); gene-silencing to boost activity levels of hormones and agents; with natural hormones utilizing FAA feeding for GH/GRH.

2) Ab (antibiotic)-free -  DNA gene silencing techniques with PNA-B12 carriered biologics.

3) GMO-free - cf. DNA manipulation & techniques unique at "SkyeBlue" and farm produce foods (e. g. milk food products or MFP and eggs) GMO-free (labelled), as processed. Another e. g. for the future of "greening" biotech practice are trees and shrubs (inedible but extractable and bearing, e. g. the Stevia(R) shrub) for substrate like edible oils, sugar or syrups, proteins like soy for further processing, and biomaterials (like specialized rubbers) regarding land-based issues (e. g. conservation or preservation & maintenance) that are processed for non-GMO content (r-DNA and cellular).

4) Vegan - cf. to PETA's policy for the humane treatment of all animals (domesticated, companion, wildlife) in terms of their care and animal welfare rights; "clean meat" alternatives (e. g. egg white, porc, chicken, beef) from bioreactor manufacturing processing. There are outstanding aspects to this technology: 1) one being the product:phosphate is higher in this case compared to crop-sourced animal feeding, that is, a) given soil fertilization conditions and b) and lowering by feed efficiency (i.e. it is higher), and 2) yeast as the major vehicle for producing hydrolyzed building blocks such as amino acids + sugars + fats from vegetable oils and animal byproducts.

5) Organic-produced animal products and from crops produced with no chemical inputs - cf. environmentally friendly and more sustainable practices. Better alternatives from seagrass-fed beef and dairy milk cattle as bi-products of "pharming" and energy biofuel generation cheaper than organic/grass-fed alternatives in farming.

6) De-risking GMO XL-Grow Seagrass varieties with anti-pollen chemical reagents or plant secondary alkaloids such as with Lilly and vinblastine,  colchicine and vincristine; the chemical disrupts mitotic cell division in the mother pollen sac and thus in land-based scenarios can eliminate pollen drift to the outside flora and for the work-up of plant material prior to post-harvest downstream processing as dry, heat-extruded feed pellets for protein and for biofuels fermentation tanks in energy generation. 

7) De-risking in horticultural plants (veggie and fruit) and crops for their edible parts involves the future of plant genomics with respect to repair mechanisms using a promoter specific to the developmental anatomy of the plant part in question that can excise the rec-DNA segment precisely and then commits "molecular suicide" of its own DNA (a clue perhaps: is plasmid-based suicide using a long or pronounced sector of DNA with self-excision). This is now a theoretical possibility. 

We refer you to our umbrella, informal (non-licensed) NPO -  Skye Blue Association, Port Coquitlam, BC to join the e-mail list services by subscription for a minimal fee to defray costs of the association.

(c) D. A. Flores. SKYE BLUE INTERNET. Port Coquitlam. B. C. Canada V3B 1G3. 



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