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Texas Panhandle ranchers face losses and grim task of removing dead cattle killed by wildfires (apnews.com)

Ranchers in the fire-scarred Texas Panhandle are facing a grim task of disposing possibly thousands of dead cattle killed by smoke and flames. 

Yet another wildfire with inconveniently strong winds blowing it inland. 

Quote from the article reminds me of how everybody’s chickens except Eggland”s Best suffered from avian flu and their entire flocls had to be put down to “prevent the spread” – amazing how all these corporate farmers seem immune from all this:

“Texas is the nation’s top cattle producer. Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has said the number of dead “range” cattle is likely in the thousands. Although the Panhandle has more than 85% of the state’s herd, most are in feedlots and dairies that were not damaged.”

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ibelieve
ibelieve
1 month ago

sad

Danilo
Danilo
1 month ago

Actually I wonder if this is good or bad news? The american meat industry works extensively with hormones, anti biotics, the food is highly toxic, and most of it goes to fast food. It’s a loss for wall street not the general population.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago
Reply to  Danilo

These are free range cattle, not factory farmed.

Truthteller
Truthteller
1 month ago

criminal.

chud
chud
1 month ago

twitter com/wallstreetapes/status/1764087617757552967

flipthepyramid
flipthepyramid
1 month ago

Is there even any “wild” around there to catch and spread fire?

Yes, it’s quite peculiar how these “natural disasters” always seem to strike the common man and spare the lives and property of the billionaire class, at times even with near surgical precision…

Last edited 1 month ago by flipthepyramid
Computer
Computer
1 month ago

Peggy Hall wrote about this. This is for another 15 minute city. Subscribe to the healthy American, she writes about all this stuff in real time.

Godisgood
Godisgood
1 month ago

I feel sad for the ranchers…

jhess
jhess
1 month ago

It’s not just the French farmers….it’s every farmer in the EU. My husband and I have seen multiple.eeports and videos coming from embattled EU farmers who are desperately trying to feed their continent while being told they’re environmental crimes for bullshit reasons. These farmers have been fighting against the cabal for many months now, and they’re getting nowhere. Please pray for them, and for our farmers and their farms on this side of the pond.

Not sure who they think will feed the planet once they’ve forced the farmers out of a job and Bill Gates and China have purchased all the farm land and let it go fallow.

Oh yeah, I forgot. The rest of the planet will be eating insects while these sick oligarchs who hate everything God created will be eating Kobe beef.