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Michigan Dairy Destroyed by Tornado
June 24, 2015

de Vor Dairy, a 3,500-cow dairy farm near Decker in northeast Michigan was destroyed by a tornado at 11 a.m. Eastern time today. No people were injured.

About 40 cows died in the storm. Neighbors were working frantically to pick up, house and milk the surviving animals. “By 1 o’clock, we had cows going out to neighbors,” says John Shepherd, a Devor Dairy employee.

Two new barns were destroyed, and the windows of the milking parlor were blown out. de Vor Dairy, a 3,500-cow dairy farm near Decker in northeast Michigan was destroyed by a tornado at 11 a.m. Eastern time today. No people were injured.

About 40 cows died in the storm. Neighbors were working frantically to pick up, house and milk the surviving animals. “By 1 o’clock, we had cows going out to neighbors,” says John Shepherd, a Devor Dairy employee.

Two new barns were destroyed, and the windows of the milking parlor were blown out.

Source – AGweb



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