Bird flu for cows is just another blow to the non-plant non-bug food supply.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an alert Tuesday which indicated that Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (H5) and A (H7) virus (HPAI) has been detected in pasteurized cow’s milk weeks after Novel Influenza A (H5N1) Avian flu was detected in a human after the man was in contact with dairy cows.

“The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), along with state partners, continue to investigate an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus impacting dairy cows in multiple states. Infection with the virus is causing decreased lactation, low appetite, and other symptoms in affected cattle,” the FDA alert said.

For only the second time in the U.S. and the first time in Texas, a human was infected with bird flu, according to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services on April 1.

The patient became ill following contact with dairy cows presumed to be infected with avian influenza. The patient’s primary symptom was conjunctivitis,” the HHS alert said.

The FDA is using its findings to discourage the consumption of raw milk.

“The FDA has a long-standing recommendation to consumers not to consume raw milk (milk that has not been pasteurized). Because of the limited information available about the possible transmission of H5N1 virus via raw milk, the FDA continues to recommend that industry does not manufacture or sell raw milk or raw milk products, including raw milk cheese, made with milk from cows showing symptoms of illness, including those infected with avian influenza viruses or exposed to those infected with avian influenza viruses,” the FDA alert said.

Raw milk refers to unpasteurized milk.

Milk is typically pasteurized to kill bad bacteria.

However, some organizations and groups swear by raw milk.

I dug into the subject years ago.

You might be surprised like I was.


— Dr. BP | Metabolism 2.0 (@DrBPHealth) April 23, 2024

The alerts come at a time when the United Nation’s World Health Organization is calling for a global all-plant based diet by next year, Bill Gates is creating lab-grown meat while also investigating AI to genetically modify cows and the federal government is waging war on small nature-based farmers.

The recent avian flu outbreak in bovine seems to be the latest development in the bird flu saga stretching back to 2022.

So far HPAI virus has infected 33 herds of dairy milking cattle in eight states: Idaho, New Mexico, Texas, South Dakota, Kansas, Michigan, Ohio, and North Carolina.

Since 2022, a highly pathogenic strain of avian flu otherwise known as bird flu has killed more than 85M birds in the US. Now this same strain has spread to cows, infecting herds in 8 states, a Texas dairy worker who is the first human to contract the avian flu from a mammal

— TRT World (@trtworld) April 18, 2024

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