2,000 Kansas Cows Dead Sparks Science Fight: Climate Change 'Mass Die-Off' Conspiracy?!?

Debate over "the science" following Kansas cows BBQ'd before their time continues across the globe as keyboard warriors, veterinarians and researchers attempt to offer answers.

A glimpse at local perspective to start the latest facet of the discussion . . .

Among those working to educate with facts is Dr. Nels Lindberg, a veterinarian who works with feed lots across Kansas. Dr. Lindberg said the way to understand this situation is as a natural disaster.

A specific set of factors coming together makes it difficult to avoid this kind of devastation and you can think of it like you would a blizzard or a hurricane, just with heat instead of a storm. What happened to the thousands of cattle found dead is referred to as a heat stress event.

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RENO COUNTY, Kan. (KWCH) - Veterinarians in southwest Kansas say there is a lot of misinformation circulating online in connection withthousands of sudden cattle deaths. Video of dead cattle has gained national attention along with confirmation that at least 2,000 cattle in southwest Kansas feed lots died from heat stress.

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hen the temperature readings started to come through from Antarctic weather stations in early March, scientists at first thought there might have been some mistake.

Very stable geniuses are blaming 10,000 cattle heat deaths on President Biden, who apparently poisoned them to force us to eat "fake toxic meat" | Boing Boing

A TikTok video ostensibly showing footage of thousands of dead cattle, accompanied by a dark, instrumental version of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)," is currently making the rounds on social media. According to Progressive Farmer, approximately 10,000 head of cattle in a Kansas feedlot have died in the last few days from...

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