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11Jeffs 7 points ago +9 / -2

This is what it looked like during those Australian fires last year. The footage was heartbreaking. Animals all lined up on the fence line burned. I wonder if this is fire related?

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BWolf79 6 points ago +6 / -0

I'm pretty sure they would know if there were fires. These have been moved and lined up after dying.

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BigDaddy1reboot 34 points ago +37 / -3

IT looks like bloat. When there is rapid increase in the temps during the day, cows can get bloated. I had 3 cows that died that way in one day. I checked on them in the morning and they were fine. I went back 6 hours later and they were bloated. Due to the heat, their stomachs produce too much gas and the expanded stomachs put pressure on the lungs and they can't breath. The animals can be saved if someone is there when it goes down. A Vet can insert a valve that allows the gasses to escape through the side of the animal.

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SpoonySmalls 18 points ago +19 / -1

Your first hand actual knowledge is helpful. Everything looks like something sinister these days.

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11Jeffs 22 points ago +22 / -0

Correct, but when we have had food plants burned to the ground, msm talking about food shortages and cabal members like Gates telling us to get use to eating bugs... I'd say there's a point calling everything out until proven otherwise.

It should be very easy for this farmer or someone with knowledge to tell us what's up here.

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BigDaddy1reboot 12 points ago +13 / -1

The annual number of beef cattle harvested is close to 95 million, which works out to about 28 billion pounds of beef. 3000 cattle dead due to heat isn't even a blip, although it represents about $3 million in lost sales to the rancher. People keep getting worked up over wild speculation.

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MAG768720 10 points ago +10 / -0

Is it possible that something was put into the feed that caused the bloat?

Bloat is one thing, but if this has never happened before on this scale, then it is something else, or something in addition to bloat.

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BigDaddy1reboot 3 points ago +3 / -0

It happens every year when the temps get up to high 90s low 100s. The fermentation process in the gut really goes into high gear when the temperatures get too high. Changing the diet can reduce the bloat, but that's difficult to do on a huge scale.

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SeeAreJay 2 points ago +2 / -0

Feed them wine metabisulphate? Cancel the ferment process

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undine53 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Poor beasts :(

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FEARNOT 2 points ago +3 / -1

I've seen that happen with sweet feed in the summer. I thought that was the only way that could happen.

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BigDaddy1reboot 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's probably worse with the sweet feed since it is the sugars in the feed that ferment.

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MAG768720 1 point ago +1 / -0

What is "sweet feed," and did you see 10,000 cattle go down?

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FEARNOT -1 points ago +1 / -2

Grain based feed. Sorry I was thinking about horses. In the heat it will kill every horse that eats it. Don't know about cows. My mistake.

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MAG768720 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well, these feed lots feed them grain only. And I know that can bloat cows, especially if they were grass fed and then switched quickly to grain.

I just wonder if there is more to it that that, though. Like, something in the feed that cause more bloat, rather than reduce it.

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probablyacoincidence 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bloat is not caused by heat per se. Its caused by either a too rapid change in food source where a richer food, ie usually clover or alfalfa pasture is introduce too rapidly and put off more gas than the cows stomache can pass. Or sometimes peripherally by dehydration which disrupts their ability to process the gas and they can bloat. But heat is not a direct cause.

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Threeballes 18 points ago +18 / -0

Yeah this looks like foul play for sure. No way this is heat-related.

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XOXOGG 14 points ago +15 / -1

My Dad raises cattle. It was over 100 real feel yesterday and not one died. He has never lost any cattle to heat. Something else happened. I have to assume it was something in their feed. There are poisonous plants but it looks like they're only eating what the farmer gives them.

To the person who said it looks like bloat -- no, it is just what happens after they die in the heat. Ever single one looks like that after a while.

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MAG768720 4 points ago +4 / -0

Also, looks like a feed lot. These are not cattle grazing in abundant pastures, where they might (extremely unlikely, but theoretically possible) eat poisonous plants. In a feed lot? No.

Therefore, the feed is suspect #1.

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Darth_KEK 2 points ago +2 / -0

My theory (and others), is these cows bloated due to the grain being either contaminated, or they were fed too much. If it’s 100° then there will definitely be a lot of risk for bloat, and if the feed was moldy it’s a death sentence.

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bubble_bursts 8 points ago +8 / -0

Let me take a wild shot in the dark. Did those cattle get jabbed?

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TeleScreenMedia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Jabbed + double boosted!

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Cuomos_nipple_rings 7 points ago +7 / -0

Years ago our agway mineral salesman recommended a new product called rumensen I believe. Was supposed to increase milk production by aiding rumens digestion. We had like 10 cows die of sudden heart attacks (never seen a heart attack in a cow before) started a couple months after we started using it right when it got hot out. I'd check into those cows supplements their feed

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MAG768720 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think something like this must have been involved. Especially if it was confined to one feed lot.

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TeleScreenMedia 7 points ago +7 / -0

The whole herd had evidence that could lead to the arrest and conviction of Hillary Clinton.

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SJBHamilton 2 points ago +2 / -0

BRILLIANT

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Uhtred 6 points ago +7 / -1

Cattle eating clover is enough to result in a mass bloat die off. It would be predicated on negligence of the farmer or a deliberate contamination of food source with clover.

Pretty sure that this scenario happened in the TV series Yellowstone. Clover was the cause in that TV show as well.

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ThinQ 4 points ago +4 / -0

I remember that episode. Some developers that wanted the land dropped some harmful feed into the herd to deliberately kill the herd.

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Uhtred 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not developers, they were casino operators that would be nudged in to a minor role in the market due to the Indian Chiefs goal to create a 5 star casino hotel.

The smaller casino operators hoped that John Dutton would fight a war against the Indian Chief and stop the Chief making his casino. They figured killing a bunch of the cattle would compel Dutton into this war while they stay5on the sidelines untainted by the war.

Something like that

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ThinQ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ah, gotcha, thanks. It's been a couple years since I saw it. Power play using vulnerable animals as a means to an end without any regard for morality. Sounds like your basic DS operator. I wonder if Bill Gates or one of the other DS beasts has designs on some asset in that part of Kansas. At this point, I wouldn't put any evil action past them.

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Uhtred 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, goes to show how despicable some humans are.

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cattle eat clover all the time. They love it. But this scale of die off does not happen, AFAIK.

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CasuallyObservant 6 points ago +6 / -0

Wow, the number is even higher now. See this:

HEAT STRESS KILLS ESTIMATED 10,000 HEAD OF KANSAS FEEDLOT CATTLE

Thousands of Cattle Reported Dead

https://www.iowacorn.org/dtn-news/44a79d26-8ad9-4f81-9fb0-7831273abcff__2664916

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HenryTheRed 9 points ago +9 / -0

95 is not that hot for Kansas. Anything below 103 is just really warm. You get real good in August knowing exactly if it is 108 or 105, or 111.

I used to run X-Country practice when it was 109 with heat index of 118. Needed a minimum of 10 days practice in heat before the schools would let you race in a meet. Ran by a lot of cattle during those days.

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SpoonySmalls 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol, our district makes us cancel practice it's above 105 heat index. Soft asses

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HenryTheRed 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would run before the season started. I always wanted the hottest part of that day, since that is when the races were.

I do remember for actual school practice we did 2x sessions per day. Run in the morning 95 to 100ish. Run in the pool in the afternoon when it was warmer.

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SpoonySmalls 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ya we do ours at 6 am and 7pm now so they aren't canceled for heat.

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Acts2 5 points ago +5 / -0

we are going to have to have watchers for our food supply....

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TeleScreenMedia 1 point ago +1 / -0

Seems so

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Retaining_H2O 5 points ago +5 / -0

Probably poisoned water or poisoned cattle feed.

There isn't an FBI office nearby, is there?

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HenryTheRed 3 points ago +3 / -0

Would have to be feed, or EM from something like a plane. Water would hit the sheep as well as the cows.

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jackrotten 3 points ago +3 / -0

The cows here in Arizona survive 115+ summers. Same breeds.

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CasuallyObservant 3 points ago +3 / -0

Good Lord! Satellite-based terrorism by the NWO. I hope they get some experts in there to do autopsies to see what was done to them. And keep the experts protected so they are not silenced.

THIS IS GETTING REAL AND BAD.

Question: Are they all in nice neat rows because they are placing them that way with the backhoe loader? Otherwise that is just strange.

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patriot68 5 points ago +5 / -0

Everyone knows cattle always arranges themselves into neat rows when they drop dead. It's science. 😁

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ThinQ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Watch until the end... Looks like they're being placed there (from wherever they died) by the machinery. My guess is they're putting a certain number in each section to count them more easily.

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CasuallyObservant 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, that is what it looks like to me, too.

Did they all die at the same time? Or over the course of a few days, or what?

Does anyone know?

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ThinQ 3 points ago +3 / -0

From scanning a few articles it appears this happened over the weekend so the die-off probably occurred over the course of a couple-few days. Assuming no corruption, it will be interesting to hear the results of the necropsies.

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" ... In a large event like this, veterinarians will have to do necropsies to determine likely cause of death, Theurer says, for insurance and indemnity program documentation. Animal IDs will be recorded for the accounting department. ..."

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https://www.beefmagazine.com/news/rare-heatwave-hits-southwest-kansas-contributes-high-feeder-cattle-death-losses

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Survey_girl 1 point ago +1 / -0

and did any cattle survive or was this the entire heard?

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caplock 2 points ago +2 / -0

Reminds me of Southwest Airlines,

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

The "cowbal"

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DrMcCoy 2 points ago +2 / -0

DEPOPULATION VIA STARVATION

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JohnBrowning 2 points ago +2 / -0

Weapon test?

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SoMuchWinning45 2 points ago +2 / -0

The normies will believe it.

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DiveAndBait 2 points ago +2 / -0

Fuck, that's gonna put a strain on the food system

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TAG55 2 points ago +3 / -1

Jan 16, 2022 Total Cows In The US - 94 million There are 94 million cows in the US,

3000 sounds like a lot. But put it in perspective so we can see the true impact. And not push fear.

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Hope70 1 point ago +1 / -0

Poisoned water by our government? Are farmers who refuse to bend to the government having their farms burned and cattle destroyed?

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Gotrek 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think I’ve seen this footage last year or the one before

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changeagent 0 points ago +1 / -1

A lot of possibilities, based on the comments made by others.

My question... can they still be processed? I doubt it. But... maybe some?

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MAG768720 2 points ago +2 / -0

can they still be processed?

Would YOU want to eat the meat if you had no idea what killed them?

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caplock 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dinty Moore!!!

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CasuallyObservant 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gah!

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changeagent 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good question. It seems like quite a few commentors explained the bloating process. But, you're right... why take a chance.