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To grow it, the researchers took cells out of beef cattle and fed those cells water, vitamins, minerals, protein, antibiotics, and sugar.
Even though Harvey unleashed catastrophic flooding on counties that are home to 1.2 million beef cattle, which is more than a fourth of the state’s herd, there were apparently only a few instances in which large groups of cows drowned.
The beef cattle being raised in this idyllic spot in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains were trampling the streams feeding into the Shenandoah River and the riverbank itself, sending sediment into the water.
Since buying the property as a beef cattle farm 20 years ago, Gamble has continually managed the property to improve it as deer habitat.
There were an estimated 1.2 million head of beef cattle alone in the areas that were designated as disaster areas during and after the storm.
And in 2015, Cook helped form Ab E Discovery, which led to the development of a natural, drug-free method to protect poultry, pigs, dairy and beef cattle against common infections.
Her mother is a farmer and beef cattle rancher there.
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