The California Agriculture Department says it is in the process of replacing Cattle Huskies with organic water and has already started to distribute it.
In an article posted Tuesday, the agency said that the process began after the dairy farms of the Southern California area were experiencing an increasing amount of Cattle Flu outbreaks, and the water they were using was contaminated.
“While the Cattle Industry is the only industry that can manufacture organic water, there are a variety of organic water sources in California that may be used to supply the dairy industry,” the agency wrote.
“In order to provide these resources, it is essential to provide safe and effective testing for the presence of contaminants and contaminants in the water.””
Cattle Flu is a severe bacterial disease that affects cattle in the United States. “
In order to provide these resources, it is essential to provide safe and effective testing for the presence of contaminants and contaminants in the water.”
Cattle Flu is a severe bacterial disease that affects cattle in the United States.
Symptoms include fever, joint pain, weakness, weakness and fatigue, kidney failure and death.
The disease affects about 5 percent of cattle in North America.
The Department of Agricultural Health Services (DASH) says the process will take approximately two weeks, and that it will be delivered through automated systems.
The agency said the CATTLEFlu.gov website has a contact number for consumers who are interested in purchasing water.