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DEVELOPING: Deadly Disease Discovered For FIRST TIME In U.S. Cattle

A deadly disease commonly found in birds has been discovered for the first time in U.S. cattle.

The Avian Flu, known more specifically as the H5N1 strain of the virus, has been found in cattle across three different U.S. states.

At the time of this writing, infected cattle have been reported in Texas, Kansas, and New Mexico.

This outbreak has resulted in a dramatic reduction in milk production from the infected cattle, and it is recommended to exercise caution around dairy and beef products during this time.

Even though Avian Flu is rarely deadly to humans, and the USDA claims the milk is fine, I would still exercise caution.

What I find curious is that this outbreak occurred during an election year. I urge everyone to exercise caution because this might turn into something insane—just like Covid.

I am not saying that this outbreak is deliberate, but I am saying that after Covid there is nothing I put past the deep state. Here’s what is currently being reported:

According to USA Today and the U.S. Department of Agriculture:

Additional testing took place Friday and over the weekend, the USDA reported, because farms have also reported finding dead wild birds on their properties.

Based on findings from Texas, the agency wrote in the release, the detections appear to have been introduced by wild birds, and the commercial milk supply “remains safe due to both federal animal health requirements and pasteurization.”

Award-winning journalist Laurie Garrett explained: “The H5N1 strain of avian flu is taking a big financial toll on the dairy industry in Texas, as it’s spreading fast and causes is big drop in milk production in ailing cows. No word on whether the cows get it from birds, or are passing it cow-2-cow.”

Science.Org clarified:

Several other of the four influenza virus types are known to infect cattle, but this is the first HPAI to sicken them.


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