Kansas Milk Cows Catch Bird Flu

Right now we notice a recent reminder that it's still A VERY SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL . . . Also milk is gross.

More importantly . . .

This bovine medical report reminds us why it's important that local officials are always very careful about the often cruel food supply . . . Here's a taste:

"On Monday, March 25, milk samples from the sick cows were collected from two dairy farms in Kansas and another in Texas. These samples tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) which is also known as the bird flu. Testing conducted in Texas shows the sickness was introduced to the farms by wild migrating bird populations. "

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Dairy cattle in Texas and Kansas have tested positive for bird flu

Federal officials say that milk from dairy cows in Texas and Kansas has tested positive for bird flu. The virus has also been detected in New Mexico. The U.S.

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