8 Responses to 100,000 cattle perish in South Dakota blizzard

  1. Tanker2525 says:

    I wonder what effect this is gonna have on US beef prices in an already failing economy. Not to mention the families that relied on the cattle to make a living now just took a big hit on their finances.

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  2. Puckles says:

    It is better they died here than in the torture houses. I’m glad.

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  3. Revelations is upon us. We are soon to be without much of what we have now. Thank God everyday for every drop of water and every bite of food. hde is worthy!

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  4. H C Parks says:

    I am interested to know how the Bison and Bison cross cattle fared, in comparison

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  5. Steven Cass says:

    Alvin, thanks for highlighting the sentence about ranchers being caught unaware.

    I’ve been reading other people’s comments on other sites, and they just don’t get it. The kind of preparation needed for a storm of this magnitude would be at least a week, if not longer. There really was no preparing for this though; not at this time of year.

    It’s a disaster in West River South Dakota right now, and those ranchers could really use our prayers!!!

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  6. hilly7 says:

    That is scary and sad. We seem to be in the End Of Days.

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  7. Irene C says:

    This is so sad and so devastating. It will take a couple of years for these ranchers to recoup their losses. And those poor animals, having no where to go. :(

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