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Dead Cows Found in Wisconsin

In EOTM News, EOTM Radio, World News on January 18, 2011 at 7:36 pm

By: Tawanda Fredricks

 

200 cows were found dead Friday on a farm in Portage County, Wisconsin. Officials say no threat is posed toward humans or other animals, according the The AP.

The owner of the dead cows was working with a local veterinarian, who initially believed a virus such as infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) or bovine virus diarrhea (BVD) could be the culprit, according to The Wausau Daily Herald. WSAW News reports that more recent updates have suggested pneumonia as the cause of the mass cows deaths, though such widespread cases of pneumonia are rare. Tests are still underway to determine what is responsible.

There has been a recent string of mass animal deaths the past months reported in the U.S. and other countries. Thousands of dead birds fell from the sky in Arkansas on New Year’s Eve, following a massive fish kill just 100 miles away days earlier. In the week following, other mass bird deaths were reported in nearby Louisiana and Kentucky. Birds were also reported to fall dead from the sky in Italy and Sweden, and more recently similar incidents have been reported in California and Alabama.

Mass fish kills have also been reported in Chicago, Maryland, Brazil and New Zealand, along with 40,000 dead crabs that washed ashore on England beaches.

Check out our article on Birds and Fish Dying

https://eotm.wordpress.com/2011/01/08/birds-fall-from-the-skybirds-and-fish-dying/

 

 

Email pr@eotmradio.com

 

 

 

 

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