On July the twenty-first, 1923, a shipment of cows and calves from Bone Steel, South Dakota arrived in Battle Creek, Iowa. Two cows were dead in one car and were removed by the rendering plant employee, the rest of the herd were taken to The United Farms, two days later three head died and were skinned. The manager refused to allow the carcasses to be fed to the hogs.
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Rice, Charles D.
"The Epizoology of an Outbreak of Anthrax in Iowa,"
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