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The Veterinary Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) announced about huge losses in cattle caused by the long cold spell in recent days.
Following statistics at 4pm on January 16, total of 9,248 heads of cattle died in provinces including Lang Son, Yen Bai, Cao Bang, Bac Can, Ha Giang, Tuyen Quang, Son La, Quang Ninh, Hoa Binh, Lao Cai, Bac Giang, Lai Chau, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh.
Originally posted by matrix12
i got the feeling in the coming months its gunna be hard to get a double cheeseburger: has the cold ever killed this many before or is this a new thing or jus more bs to coiver up that animals are dying everywhere everyday at a alarming rate?
North Dakota is far enough north to experience −60 °F (−51 °C) temperatures and blizzards during the winter months
Originally posted by zorgon
I don't ever recall in 30 years hearing of massive die offs of herds because of cold weather
Originally posted by skjalddis
That's an awful lot of cattle to lose but I think the first question to ask is whether they have made changes to the way they are keeping their cattle in recent years. Are they not taking them in when it gets too cold?
Because the world keeps getting these dismal reports every other day you would think the media would cover all aspects of: who, why, where, when and how in their reports------ unless they know most are brain dead anyway.
Originally posted by monkey_descendant
These particular cows may have died if they weren't acclimatised to the cold. I imagine cows in Canada not dying will be down to the breed of cow, and the cows being used to severe cold.
An investigation is underway in Stockton, Wisconsin where 200 cows were found dead on Friday. The owner of the cattle and local veterinarians initially believed the cows died from bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) or bovine virus diarrhea (BVD), but are now suspecting pneumonia. Officials say the dead cows will not likely affect other animals or humans. Tests are still being conducted to verify the cause.
To make a long story short, about 10 years ago I started having dreams with angels coming and talking to me about mathematics and quantum physics and the mayan calendar. I wasnt' particularly spiritual at the time I had kind of considered myself a recovering Catholic although I do pray to Jesus daily the Church wasn't for me and I wasn't really expecting angels to show up in my dream.
Nonetheless, they showed up and they showed up with math. And when they wouldnt go away I started writing it down and what came out of it was a connection that won me a scholarship into the Mayan rainforest with scientists from around the world, one of them being most notably Terrence McKenna, may he rest in peace,one of the most brilliant minds I've ever encountered or we've ever had on this planet.
I will share his videos below so you can understand just how profound he is.
---the way the Mayans study time is different than the way we study time. Harmonics! Synchronizing Harmonics in the Universe and in 2012 they believed we were going to go literally ONLINE.....with beings from all over the universe! ….
We're raising in frequency, and moreover, the scientific truth is we are entering a pole shift, we have been entering it for a while, and we've changed directionally about 10 degrees....
we' may even see our own cats and dogs be affected....and our world and ourselves are also going to be affected. Its all about frequency.
What I won my scholarship for 10 years ago was that I said the frequency of the planet was going to be rising as we neared the end of this 2012 cycle.
September, 53 cattle were killed by lightning in Katosi, Uganda.