Recent Floods in Midwest Kill More Than 1 Million Calves

Ironically, as raising animals for food is one of the greatest contributors to the greenhouse gases that cause climate change and the resulting natural disasters, animal agriculture is seen as partly responsible for the devastation that resulted from the bomb cyclone and extreme flooding in the Midwest was the drowning of more than 1 million calves.  Most of these animals were being raised for the beef industry, and were swept into floodwaters and have been washing up dead along the river banks.

By Michelle Kretzer, PETA, April 23, 2019

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