200 Cows killed by bad potatoes.

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200 Cows in Wisconsin have died mysteriously. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is reporting that the cause of the deaths was moldy sweet potatoes.

Tests on the feed samples found a mycotoxin called ipmeanol.

It was originally thought that a respiratory virus was the culprit.

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