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Toxic debris 11/21/2012 @ 9:38pm I read this morning in The Progressive Farmer (e.g., "AgriBiz Farmer," imo) about calves dying in obvious encephalic distress, and the problem was finally traced to lead poisoning from some discarded car batteries that had been leaking into the soil near the fence-line. I personally don't know any people who discard *anything* into their pastures, especially car batteries. Maybe the lesson is 'know your neighbors.' I think there's a claim of property damage: if a neighbor's negligence causes damage to or loss of personal property, a remedy for that loss is due the owner---same as if my dog wandered into my neighbor's chicken coop and chowed-down.

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agroeducation.com 07/06/2012 @ 11:08pm Good presentation by grassing to cow.More grassing animal must supply more output like milk and meat.

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agroeducation.com 07/06/2012 @ 11:08pm Good presentation by grassing to cow.More grassing animal must supply more output like milk and meat.

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