6. Biobullets Rejected

The cattle industry wants to shoot brucellosis-infected buffalo with biobullets — essentially a vaccine in a slug — to protect U.S. livestock. Yellowstone says no way. (Reuters)

7. Food Porn

This must be a sure sign of the apocalypse. A lady gets paid $9,000 per month to sit in front of a webcam and eat food? (Yahoo News)

8. Rattlesnake Gassing

The Rattlesnake Round-Up may be facing a viper shortage. A potential ban on rattlesnake gassing has ignited a furor in Texas. (Businessweek)

9. Boulder in the Vineyard

An Italian winery was hit with millions in damage after a rockslide dislodged several giant boulders, including one that obliterated a 300-year-old barn and kept rolling into the vineyard rows — flattening 9 acres. Video footage taken afterward clearly shows the damage at about the 2:25 mark. (The Drinks Business)

10. Raising the Roof, Bovine Style

Ninety cows, methane gas, static electricity … you figure it out. (Business Insider)

 

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