This video is a follow up to "Lancing an Abcess - Gallons of Pus." This video shows the cow before and after the lancing. The really good news: She went up 25 lbs of milk, she was declared pregnant 12 days after, and most importantly she didn't need any follow up care. She drained and healed on her own without having to be treated with antibiotics. She will turn 5 years old the end of October.
For those of you who are interested in her genetics: She is a daughter of 11H5183 Timlynn Adam from a 7H5375 Bw Marshall dam. She is pregnant to 11H8195 Baxter. She is in her third lactation.
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In world news-- a mosque bombing during evening prayers in Baghdad leaves dozens dead-- including a member of the Iraqi parliament.
Worshippers were attending a special service at the Sunni mosque as the Holy Month of Ramadan comes to an end.
Euronews has more.
“The attacker, posing as a beggar, detonated the explosives in the middle of the building just as evening prayers finished. …It’s the most serious incident in Iraq for two weeks, when a series of suicide bombings killed at least 70 people across the country. The power-sharing government is struggling to overcome sectarian violence between Sunnis and Shiites, that almost left to civil war after the U.S.-led invasion.”
Still in world news-- Libyan rebels make their way towards Sirte (Sert), the hometown of ousted leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi.
Al Jazeera reports-- they have a different tactic now that Gaddafi is out of power.
JACKY ROWLAND, AL JAZEERA: “The strategy of the Libyan fighters now is to move forwards steadily. They tell me that in the past they’ve made mistakes, they’ve dashed forward, they’ve captured towns, and then they lost them. …Morale is high, and even as they fight on, they hope for a peaceful solution.”
ALI GELAL, FIGHTER: “Already, the other people inside Sirte, it’s our family. They are Libyan. So we don’t need more blood. That’s enough.”
In U.S. news-- the East Coast begins picking up the pieces after being pummeled by Irene over the weekend.
Irene was downgraded from a Hurricane to a Tropical Storm as it passed, but as of Monday morning, more than 20 deaths have been blamed on the storm.
Here’s HLN with a look at some of the devastation.
ROBIN MEADE, HLN: “In Prattsville, New York, an official says that the volume of water coming off the Catskills Mountains could be bigger than Niagara Falls. Isn’t that incredible? Now look what happened in Vermont. Peaceful streams have turned into raging rivers. Floods washed away some of this building’s foundation. Look at the flashes of light in the window-- those are alarms going off.”
Finally-- in entertainment news-- the world gets a peak at the latest installment in the Halo series.
New series developer 343 Industries released this trailer at the Pax Prime convention over the weekend. Halo 4 will be the first game in a new "Reclaimer" trilogy and according to PCWorld, should be available around the 2012 holiday season. (Video: YouTube/HaloWaypoint)
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