Investigators find no threat in Washington cattle deaths
After conducting a detailed investigation into the deaths of 50 to 60
cattle at a former dairy in Addy, WA, state investigators have found no
serious animal diseases or toxic contamination of the animals’ feed that
could have caused the fatalities.
“During this investigation, we have found no threat to the health of
people or other animals,” said Washington State Veterinarian Leonard
Eldridge. “We have not been able to identify a common caus...
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