Old Dumb Guy
- Jul 7, 2020
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- South Carolina
Good point. And may be an unrecognized hidden cost for a while. But can be expensive over time. For a person who has real cattle, it is absolutely an expense or at least lost opportunity, same as disease spread to cattle by wildlife.I am curious if the cost of diseases purchased in replacements and sale barn cattle need to be in added to the cost of purchased cattle?
Now, for any that only have imaginary cattle, I guess it does not add up or matter.