(Natural News)—A massive fire is engulfing a chicken plant in Texas in yet another case of a mysterious fire affecting a food processing plant at the same time that global elites have been ramping up their calls for the world to give up meat consumption.
The fire broke out at Feather Crest Farms, which is east of the city of Kurten, Texas and around 100 miles outside of Houston. Shortly afterward, Bryan Texas Utilities announced that they would be cutting off service to 140 customers to ensure firefighters’ safety as they respond to the massive fire. This is a strong indication of just how big the fire is and how extensive the damage could be once firefighters get it under control.
Although workers were on the site when the fire broke out, there have been no injuries or deaths reported.
The fire had already consumed a building and a number of tanks by the time the earliest reports on the incident came out. The public has been instructed to avoid the area so emergency vehicles can reach the site easily as firefighters are reportedly still struggling to contain the flames. It is expected to take several days to fully contain the fire.
One of the problems is that one of the buildings on fire is made out of metal, which can raise the risk of explosion and makes it too dangerous to send firefighters inside. However, calm winds are helping the situation.
The CEO of Feather Crest Farms, Sam Krouse, thanked firefighters for their efforts and described some of the damage so far: “The fire affected two chicken houses on site, and we are very sad to say one house had chickens in it at the time that have been lost. We are thankful for the swift actions of our entire team and that they are all safe. We also deeply appreciate the first responders who reached the farm quickly and helped to prevent any further damage.”
Feather Crest Farms was bought by MPS Egg Farms in 2020, who added around a million hens to their operations as a result.
Locals reported hearing a loud explosion shortly before the fire broke out, although an official cause has not been released. Investigators are currently at the site trying to determine what sparked the blaze.
However, it won’t be surprising if this is yet another example of sabotage aimed at pushing along the global elites’ goal of convincing the world to give up animal protein in favor of insects on the grounds that our current food supply chain is worsening climate change.
Here is an overview of just some of the meat-production-related fires that have broken out in the past few years:
Olague Farms Meat Packing in Harvard, Illinois
Multiple buildings caught on fire at this meat packing plant, and while no one was injured, damages from the three-alarm fire totaled $1 million.
JBS USA beef plant in Nebraska
The beef plant, which slaughters roughly 5% of American cattle and has the capacity to slaughter around 6,000 cattle per day, had to close temporarily following a major fire.
Deli Star meat plant in Fayetteville, Illinois
This 75,000-square-foot meat processing plant was destroyed by a five-alarm fire; they later built a new $100m facility in St. Louis.
Tyson poultry meal plant in Hanceville, Alabama
The food giant’s River Valley Ingredients poultry rendering plant suffered a total loss due to a fire in July of 2021. The plant was responsible for breaking down and cooking leftover chicken parts for pet food and animal feed.
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