Canadian cattle die from grain overdose

Jan 14, 2005
— Investigation initiated. More than 150 cattle were found already dead late last week and another 20 were euthanized in a central Alberta feedlot after they were fed too much high-concentrate grain upon entering the facility, Canadian veterinarian sources said The situation happened just days after the feedlot went into receivership and was seized by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Acute carbohydrate ingestion, or simple overload, appeared to be the ...

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