200 Dead Cows Found In Wisconsin Field

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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 12:54 PM
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If it was every cow in a 200-strong herd and they all died within a short time frame and it's an infectious disease, I would have thought most the other cows on that farm would have died too. Is the timeframe established? I do agree that there may be more to this and I'll be keeping an eye on the ticker.




posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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We watch jeessie ventura right..remember that episode he investigated that island off new york? I cant remember the island name. Remeber jessie found out the bio hazardous labs were being moved to either kansas or kentucky? Im wondering if this has anything to do with the wildlife adn animals deaths???



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:14 PM
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I remember that one, PLUM Island.
Jesse storms Congress to find out if the government is conducting bio-warfare experiments at the mysterious Plum Island Animal Research Center off the coast of Long Island. The center began as a bio-warfare lab run by former Nazi scientists, and it has been blamed for spreading diseases and viruses.
Interesting point.
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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:25 PM
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They better not be effing with my cheese!!!!!!!!!!!! WI cheese is the best.


200 cows is a big deal, and I agree with the other poster (sorry I forget who) that said they wouldn't all die together from a virus. I'll be very interested to learn the cause of death.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:32 PM
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This IS a big deal, but, regardless of the fact that I've almost always lived my life in farm country, surrounded on all sides with beef and dairy herds, others will still respond by saying; "it's no big whoop, happens all the time" when I say I've never heard of such an occurance.

Never.

No matter how many instances of large kills... birds, fish, cattle or any other species, no one will take notice until a little village somewhere turns up with everyone in it deceased.

Then the huge outcry will ring out across the world. Am I right?
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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:40 PM
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The positive side of this is that cows don't fly so they didn't fall out of the sky.


Seriously though, in another article:

"The owner of the cattle reportedly told deputies that he had been working with a local veterinarian and suspected that the animals died from either infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, or IBR, or bovine virus diarrhea, or BVD, the Sheriff's Department said.

According to Cattletoday.info, IBR, aka red nose, is an acute, contagious virus of cattle that usually occurs in the air passages of the cow's head or its windpipe."



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 01:48 PM
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I saw that, but isn't it odd, even if they all had one the aforementioned infections for them to die on the same night. Perhaps if it were spread out over a few weeks, or even a few days, but from all to die of infection overnight seems odd to say the least. Perhaps they had an infection, but the infection was not the cause of death.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 02:23 PM
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Originally posted by prexparte
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We watch jeessie ventura right..remember that episode he investigated that island off new york? I cant remember the island name. Remeber jessie found out the bio hazardous labs were being moved to either kansas or kentucky? Im wondering if this has anything to do with the wildlife adn animals deaths???


It was called Plum Island.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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And apparently Millions of Dead Crickets.....

Sweet....


justsayingjs.blogspot.com...



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 02:59 PM
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It was nothing more then fireworks going off at night, and since cows sleep at night they have poor night vision, they were startled by the fireworks and ran into some low hanging power lines.




posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by rancher1
Sick Cows do not all die on the same night.. Anybody with 200 cows knows how to take care of them it not a easy task. I just hope its not a insurance scam. But I doubt that it is. Every rancher i know will do anything to help is stock. This is weird real weird.


Righty-O,

We have a relatively small herd - certainly not anywhere near 200 but still all 12 of my Holsteins get a personal inspection from either me or my wife every day at milk time. Same with the dairy goats, likewise with the chickens (though that's more of a cursory once over and a head count at night when I lock them up).

All my "working girls" get regular check-ups. - LOL!

That said, the article doesn't say if they are beef cattle or what sometimes they will be left to pasture for few days at a time unattended around here as people can have various herds on different parcels. They check them probably when they replace the round baled or break the pond ice a couple times a week.

Seems odd....even if they didn't check every day 200 dying over even a couple days would be odd to me like people seems a few would last longer and a few less for any illness.

Speaking of odd behavior though our pygmy goat nannies all kidded about 3 weeks earlier than expected all on Christmas Eve and early Christmas Morning and we lost one in delivery due to complications. Could have been off on conception dates I suppose as I am relatively new to pygmies but I think we got it right. The kids were all ok but seemed small – then again all 4 of them had triplets.

Then 3 days ago our dogs attacked one of the goats for what seemed to be no reason. I had to put her down eventually but it appeared they just got her a couple of times on the ears not a lot of blood - she must have died from shock.

The animals on the farm have been acting strange at night lately as well, roosters crowing all night long, dogs barking etc. Yet every time I go out to check for coyotes, owls or whatever has them riled I can't find anything or even any signs. (Though I suppose coyote tracks would be hard to tell from dog tracks.)

I have gone out at around 0300 every night this week with the shotgun to see what was up with nothing to show for it. Set my coon traps and baited them - nothing caught.

Also, someone was saying 1k each but if they were dairy cows its a lot more than that. I can get 2-2.5 k for a gentled and stansion trained Holstien heifer, more if bred.
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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 06:32 AM
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What kind of feeling do you get of these comments below. They are posted on ATS. Something aint right about these comments..


I proudly report that the experiment with the cows,is condacted succesfully.Those who found in a weak state were returned to their owner,unfortunatelly dead.
The rest of the herd will be kept for the welcoming party,for those who want to try more traditional earth dishes.

The local agent spread the rumor that they died of a virus.
Noone seems to suspect us,

End of report.

RESPOSE:

Well done! It seems we are going to be on time for the next batch of fish testing then. the array of soul sacrifice is nearly 50% completion.

Incidently, Our cell phone networking has lost 8% signal..did something happen to Verizon? How are we supposed to create a proper beacon if people are having bad service..they may stop texting and weaken the exo-network antenna

(Thread number 639669)

The next comment goes about successful fish testing??

The fish testing started last night.No time to lose.We'll have the results later this week.I'll let you know.

As for the cell signal.If not available at the time of the transmissions,the message will be automatically redirected to any electronic device at hand(tv,mp3s,ipods etc).
Believe me humans will never stop texting or using their tvs,even if their lives depended on this.

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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 10:40 AM
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we need to find out if this lab is has been moved or is moving to kansas or kentucky, ( cant remember which state it wants to move to) this could be big if they have succesfully moved this lab. Id say time for a massive protest if it is infact this, we need mroe research from the locals in these areas.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 10:50 AM
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These comments were posted on ATS - very strange indeed. Could you tell us what thread please?



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 11:05 AM
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www.abovetopsecret.com...
Look at the thread number 639669
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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 11:46 AM
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Hold on a sec, there, TOMC. That thread is in the Jokes forum and not to be taken seriously, imho.

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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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Originally posted by masqua
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Hold on a sec, there, TOMC. That thread is in the Jokes forum and not to be taken seriously, imho.

that's a personal opinion, it could well be, to be far from exposure.



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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:17 PM
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Originally posted by TribeOfManyColours

that's a personal opinion it could well be


It's no personal opinion that it IS in the Jokes forum. We could always ask the authors of the thread and posts in question just what their intentions are. Wanna do that?



to be far from exposure.



Not sure I follow your thought here. Are you saying the cattle died of exposure? I think you're quite right about that, but the question here is, what was the exposure related to? Somehow, the notion of alien interference in this and all the other 'mass kills' that have been in the news lately would indicate that if it WAS aliens, somebody might have seen something, especially in or around large cities. A herd of cattle in the middle of farming country could have 'visited' by naughty aliens bent on some vandalism, but I doubt it.

I think what you mean is that the posts are in the Jokes forum to hide the truth from prying eyes. That would mean the perpetrators of the cattle deaths are those members of ATS themselves. Perhaps, if that is your reasoning, then it is even more important to contact the posters in that other thread, because they are being discussed without their knowledge. That ain't cricket.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 06:42 AM
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Something very strange about this. The article I read stated that Wisconsin authorities state that the dead cows do not pose a threat to humans, then proclaim they have no idea of what caused the deaths! If they have no idea of the cause of death, how can they be sure there is not a threat to human life? Something tells me there was something in the air that caused them to catch a deadly cold.

www.examiner.com...



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 01:55 PM
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its time to become a vegetarian , seeing everything from birds , fish , cows , buffalo just drop dead is very very scary situation and it seems like noone is worried about the situation. but people need to realize thats how we eat. this seems like its going to be another coverup. when in all reality it needs to be headlined everyday to get to the bottom of it..






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