Eau Claire County farmer seeks $1,000...

Eau Claire County farmer seeks $1,000 after attack on cows

There are 6 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 6, 2008, titled Eau Claire County farmer seeks $1,000 after attack on cows. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

An eastern Eau Claire County cattle farmer is seeking about $1,000 for a February animal attack that left seven cows wounded.

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viking fan

United States

#1 Nov 6, 2008
Farmers are always after welfare money. They get enough welfare every year. But they always want more free money. Hey go get a real job.
Murph

Elk Mound, WI

#3 Nov 6, 2008
I would be willing to bet there is about 0 wolves living within 100 miles of Eau Claire.And about how many unleashed dogs? PAY THE LADY!
Kendra Meyer

United States

#4 Nov 6, 2008
people pay all this money to have their livestock protected by other wild animals and they pay even more money to feed them grains and hormones to fatten them up, all so people can enjoy some beef, which they don't even need! If people were to just eat the grains and leave the cows out of the whole process there would be no need to spend money on protecting livestock, no need to waste all those grains on cows, and no need to waste money on medical expenses which are a result of what meat does to your bodies! People really need to see the big picture here. It takes 16 pounds of grains to make one pound of meat. There is so much land wasted just for food for cows when it could be food for us! The meat industry is sickening and the only beings I feel bad for in this circumstance are the cattle that were injured. But that farmer deserves no money!
mo meat please

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Nov 6, 2008
Kendra Meyer wrote:
people pay all this money to have their livestock protected by other wild animals and they pay even more money to feed them grains and hormones to fatten them up, all so people can enjoy some beef, which they don't even need! If people were to just eat the grains and leave the cows out of the whole process there would be no need to spend money on protecting livestock, no need to waste all those grains on cows, and no need to waste money on medical expenses which are a result of what meat does to your bodies! People really need to see the big picture here. It takes 16 pounds of grains to make one pound of meat. There is so much land wasted just for food for cows when it could be food for us! The meat industry is sickening and the only beings I feel bad for in this circumstance are the cattle that were injured. But that farmer deserves no money!
your lucky the cartwrights dont hear you. ol hoss would be whoopin your vegetarian kiester
mo meat please

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Nov 6, 2008
the city has already spent the money at the human shelter. who does the farmer sue if hail damages his crops? Maybe invest in a better fence i dont think the farmer should get money.
Bigmomma B

Fergus Falls, MN

#7 Nov 6, 2008
viking fan wrote:
Farmers are always after welfare money. They get enough welfare every year. But they always want more free money. Hey go get a real job.
you are not bright.

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