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H5N1 among dairy herd gon' bananas.

From wikipedia, 2024, April, 50% of cats living on the infected farm, fed "unpasteurized" milk, died of severe systemic influenza infection. Concrete evidence of viral shedding in milk detected across several herds.

I mean, this is totes-seriouz.  Oat-milk, taste pretty gud', for a year at least, just, don't even, it's like, br0, the cats.

Most of us remember getting sick from drinking milk in the best-of-times, now with pandemic economy, inflation, worker fatigue, rebel labor faction politics. The industrial food system seemingly runs on diminished quality control.

Wiki- As of April 2024, the WHO reported a total of 889 confirmed human cases which resulted in the deaths of 463 people since 2003.

-- That's a pretty deadly coin-toss.

According to my daughter, the veterinarian, "It's definitely a crisis situation in livestock and poultry right now."


--- Quote from: fohat.digs on Wed, 15 May 2024, 11:35:08 ---livestock and poultry

--- End quote ---

Br0colli never done us wron'

--- Quote from: fohat.digs on Wed, 15 May 2024, 11:35:08 ---daughter, the veterinarian
--- End quote ---

She sayn' we gon' die, or supply chain crash, or they plan on feedn' people zombie meat.


--- Quote from: tp4tissue on Wed, 15 May 2024, 11:41:09 ---
we gon' die

--- End quote ---

"influenza is really good at jumping between species"

Tp4 brain: Time to buy 1000lbs of rice again.


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