Reminiscent of the boatload of livestock shipped from NZ in 2020 that sank, 6,000 cattle lost, not that long ago. Like the recent outbreaks of fire destroying food manufacturing plants it is really hard to imagine this is all accidental. One hundred fires in the US according to Jeff Rense recently (listen to his interview at Max Igan’s video channel). NZ’s own Barry Smith (late) spoke of created food shortages with similar scenarios he personally witnessed, way back in the 70s and 80s. Been happening for a very long time. I recommend following The Ice Age Farmer on this topic (found on the alternative channels to YTube … who censored him long ago). EWR
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- 15,800 sheep worth around $4million sank at Suakin port on Sunday
- The Badr 1 has a capacity of only 9,000 livestock and only 700 sheep survived
- The sinking is likely to disrupt the port and cause environmental issues because of the animal corpses
Heat Stress Kills Estimated 10,000 Head of Kansas Feedlot Cattle
The current heat wave blazing through Kansas feedlots has killed an estimated 10,000 head of fat cattle.
Final death numbers continue to come in, but that early estimate was shared with DTN by livestock experts, who put the geographical center point for those deaths at Ulysses, Kansas.
Photo: Daily Mail UK
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