Widespread cases of cattle deaths in north-east Victoria

Annabelle Cleeland
By Annabelle Cleeland
Updated June 21 2022 - 6:09am, first published June 20 2022 - 2:00am
Warning: Seymour Central Veterinary Clinic veterinarian Freya Worne said a "perfect storm" had led to several reports of grass tetany in lactating cattle. Photo supplied.

Cow deaths caused by grass tetany have been reported throughout north-east Victoria as cold and windy conditions rip through the state.

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Annabelle Cleeland

Annabelle Cleeland is a Stock & Land journalist. She has worked at Australian Community Media for more than a decade serving in a number of roles including editor, senior journalist and national sheep & wool writer. She runs a fine Merino wool property with her young family in North-East Victoria.

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