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Over 2000 cattle die in one US state ‘due to extreme heat’ – Sunrise

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The deaths were reported from the US state of Kansas, the third most important state in cattle production. It is estimated that the state has over 6.5 million cattle. The US has recorded spikes in heat and humidity in recent days with some reports showing that in some states temperatures reached 100 degrees fahrenheit.
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Over 2000 cattle die in one US state ‘due to extreme heat’ – Sunrise

Thousands of carcasses of cattle that died in recent days in KansasExtreme heat in one of America’s biggest beef producing states has been blamed for the deaths of more than 2000 cattle.The deaths were reported from the US state of Kansas, the third most important state in cattle production. It is estimated that the state has over 6.5 million cattle.See videoA leading US media outlet the Washington Post quoted officials from the US state of Kan…

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