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Factors of Success:

Our society's awareness of nutrition is completely misguided. The present situation is such that health can not be financed any longer. People do not hesitate to spend money on medicine, in order to regain their health. However, when it comes to nutrition they buy the cheapest food. Animal protein products, which are produced by cheap mass keeping of animals and the chemicals and pharmaceutics required, are all in all the most expensive nutrition.

For our cars, we buy the most expensive motor oil, in order to keep it running without repair.

The expensive organic production and keeping of the animals in accordance with the requirements of the species as well as stress-free slaughtering provides our system with the required order (according to Nobel prize winner Erwin Schroedinger). Health is order in our body, illness is disorder.

The revolutionary slaughtering method here presented is nothing else than the house slaughtering practiced by our ancestors by using the most modern technology available. On this basis, there is no other or greater factor of success imaginable.

Economic Efficiency:

The method of slaughtering presently used with its live animal transports requires a truck train. It can accommodate as many animals as the Mobile Slaughter House (MSH) but with 45 percent more weight.

The costs for disposing of the content of the rumen and the sewage in the sewage system are usually not taken into account because the slaughter houses are owned by the municipalities. When using the MSH, the content of the rumen as well as the blood and wash water is disposed of on a small scale at the farmer's manure heap; they rot and are recycled to become fertilizer. It relieves the environment and accounts for an enormous figure (in Austria alone approx. 44 to 51 million Euro.)

The loading the slaughter animals on and off the truck takes 26 minutes according to the statistics. Slaughtering in the MSH lasts between 12 and 15 minutes (this means a gain in time of 12 minutes, i.e. less than half.)

When transporting the animals by truck, they have to be driven together. (most farms can be reached only by solo truck).

The costs of buying for both the train truck and the Mobile Slaughtering House are almost the same.

 The slaughtering system here presented saves up to 60 percent of the total costs of the presently practiced system. Due to the security resulting from the patent, cost retention is possible, in order to invest a larger surplus into expanding.


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