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Al Gore, Liar

Posted by: on Jul 25, 2006 | No Comments


The large number of dairy cow deaths have overwhelmed the rendering plants that normally dispose of the carcases.
“If you don’t bury them, you have to deal with the stench and flies,” said John Ferreira of the Cotta & Ferreira Dairy in Stockton.
The state Department of Food and Agriculture has issued a waiver in eight counties allowing animal carcases to be disposed of in landfills.
Steve Lyle, a spokesman for the department said his agency believes thousands of head of livestock have died, but he could not provide a specific number.

Mmmmm… rendering plants.