Veterinarian: No definitive cause for calf's death on Loudon farm near landfill

Aug 16, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Knoxville News Sentinel

The veterinarian who performed a necropsy on a calf that was among 26 cattle that died mysteriously in 2010 on a Loudon County farm near the Matlock Bend landfill said she was unable to determine the animal's cause of death.

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Aug 16, 2013
 
What makes x-dogcatcher Gordon Harless an expert on the cow deaths?

Why isn't he running the animal shelter and EMA?

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<<< “There is no definitive cause,” said Dr. Kim Newkirk, an assistant professor in the University of Tennessee’s College of Veterinary Medicine.>>>

Memo to Dr Newkirk: Since the cattle died, there WAS a cause of death.
Your inability to find the cause proves nothing - except that you were unable to find the cause.

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