And So It Begins – Thousands Of Cattle Are Literally Dropping Dead From Starvation In Northern Mexico

At this point, the number of cattle in Sonora has dropped by nearly half a million over the past two years… Two years of extreme drought have turned large stretches of northern Mexico into a boneyard. Between starvation and ranchers forced to prematurely sell or slaughter their livestock, officials say the number of cattle in Sonora has dropped from 1.1 million to about 635,000.

At this moment, every square inch of California is in a state of drought, and that is a huge problem because it produces about a third of our vegetables and about two-thirds of our fruits and nuts.

Many other western and Midwestern states are also deeply suffering, and this has created a rapidly growing agricultural crisis.

naturalblaze And So It Begins – Thousands Of Cattle Are Literally Dropping Dead From Starvation In Northern Mexico