Compare and Contrast: Cattle found dead on Saskatchewan pasture drank toxic water, tests confirm

The Globe and Mail

Dr. Betty Althouse, the province’s chief veterinary officer, says water samples from the pasture’s dugout had a sulphate concentration of more than 24,000 milligrams per litre. Sulphate concentrations over 1,000 milligrams per litre can cause neurological trauma in cattle and can kill at levels over 7,000 milligrams. Click here to continue reading