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One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot!

Their immune systems have been seriously compromised?
by some unknown pathogen?
or a serious lack of essential nutrients?
Plus the cold?

http://iceagenow.info/2015/08/cold-kills-one-million-head-of-cattle-in-peru/

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Re: One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot! Major Disaster.
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2015, 03:59:49 am »
Presumably they were all intensively-farmed and grainfed so died. In the West, farmers routinely have to kill the entire herd if just one of their cattle is infected with BSE or some other disease as their animals have such lowered immune-systems due to massive inbreeding and poor nutrition etc.,  that  contagion is highly likely.
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Re: One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot! Major Disaster.
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2015, 07:32:57 am »
where are the sources for this article..  :o

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Re: One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot! Major Disaster.
« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2015, 07:50:30 am »
where are the sources for this article..  :o

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Re: One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot! Major Disaster.
« Reply #4 on: August 18, 2015, 10:10:50 am »
Feel free to ignore anything GS posts that isn't directly related to nutrition.

Do you have a problem with this news item?

where are the sources for this article..  :o

Here are my leads aside from the above link.

This guy picked up this news:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekmEA7jix2c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekmEA7jix2c

Published on Aug 13, 2015

Cold kills one million head of cattle in Peru.

One lion killed in Zimbabwe has got a lot of attention in the Main Stream Media,” says reader Argiris Diamantis. “One million cattle dying from the cold gets no attention at all.10 Aug 2015 – “COLD KILLS ONE MILLION HEADS OF CATTLE“ reads the headline on Con Nuestro Peru.A catastrophe for camels, sheep and cattle in the country.The National Civil Defense Institute (INDECI) reported on 5 August that cold dead animals reach 912 300. At the time of writing that number could have risen to one million. Most are fine alpacas. There are also 508,000 sick animals.This is a disaster unparalleled in our history.Frightening is the situation created by the snowfall that hit especially the poor peasants.The problem affects the entire nation’s pantry, because it means less meat and less milk for the population. But the palaces are well supplied.A few years ago, when television showed children of Puno just shod with sandals, walking on snow and many of them died of cold, a European friend said: “In Sweden there is a more intense cold here than in Puno, but no child dies of cold. ”The secret is food, warm clothing, adequate housing.The governments, scientists, technologists, consultants and producers in the cold countries have developed strategies that our bureaucrats should study. Before the cold spell in 2013, the magazine Agronoticias recommended:-Selection and adaptation to extreme cold resistant breeds.

-Improving Massive natural pastures for greater nutritional value, as well as combating parasites that thrive in the cold.

http://www.connuestroperu.com/actualidad/punto-de-vista/47404-frio-mata-un-millon-de-cabezas

Try to investigate and translate.

https://www.google.com.ph/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=Con+Nuestro+Peru+cattle
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Re: One MILLION cattle die in Peru - 1,000,000 is a lot! Major Disaster.
« Reply #5 on: August 18, 2015, 10:43:33 am »
Do you have a problem with this news item?

Here are my leads aside from the above link.

This guy picked up this news:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekmEA7jix2c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekmEA7jix2c

I think Kalo was asking for the news source, but what you posted was an op-ed article from an online newspaper criticizing the president of Peru for not mentioning livestock dying of the cold in a speech of his. The implication is that the president, in his palace, is not showing any regard for the poor in his country, whether it is unshod children or decimation of the food supply due to bad weather.

The editor wrote this piece in response to recent news and public outcry. For example, when your source mentioned "one reader," he meant a reader of his online newspaper who apparently had written a comment, a la letters to the editor.

I think we might be picking up that you posted this as "news" when it was really political reaction to the response of a country's president. Yes, a whole bunch of livestock died (as they often do for various reasons); but no, the death was considered a tragedy in order to emphasize greed and lack of compassion of the president of that country.
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