A groundbreaking study conducted by scientists in South Dakota has found that the world’s most widely used family of pesticides — neonicotinoids — is likely causing serious birth defects in white-tailed deer, deepening concerns over the chemical’s potential to harm large mammals, including humans...
WE ARE COMMITTED TO EDUCATING OTHERS ON THE EPIDEMIC OF UNDERDEVELOPED FACIAL BONES ON MANY AVIAN SPECIES, UNDERBITES AND OVERBITES ON MAMMAL SPECIES, TUMORS, CHEMICAL BLISTERS, REPRODUCTIVE MALFORMATIONS, AND other adverse health issues due TO TOXINS IN OUR FOOD, AIR, RAIN, STREAMS AND ALL OTHER SURFACE WATERS.
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Judy Hoy & her husband Bob run a wildlife rehabilitation center in the Bitterroot Valley in western Montana. They’ve helped deer, bears, coyotes, small mammals, birds and more return to their natural habitats. Over the years they’ve witnessed many unusual cases such as underdeveloped upper facial bones on many avian species, underbite and overbite on a variety of mammal species, tumors, chemical blisters, malformations, and other adverse health issues due to toxins on plants and in our air, rain, and rivers. Roundup, which contains Glyphosate, other herbicides, insecticides called neonicotinoids and the fungicide, Daconil, are dangerous chemicals sprayed on our crops. They have a serious effect on our lands, on our animals, and on the human race. This site is to educate as many as possible about how these chemicals are affecting our wildlife, as well as domestic animals and children.
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