Wednesday, April 29, 2009

19 Cows Die Near Chesapeake Energy Gas Well

Yesterday local residents witnessed cows dying in a fenced in Louisiana pasture, just 150 feet from a Chesapeake well. Apparently some type of production, or fracking fluid ran offsite and into the pasture where the cows got into it and ingested it.
One person said she watched at least four cows, "tongues hanging, bleeding off front and back, foaming at the mouth and bellowing" collapse and die.

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19 comments:

  1. This is so sad. Chesapeake Energy will probably get by with this.

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    1. Stupid, it might have died in calf birth. If I show you a plane crash, are you gonna think your parents are dead? Simple minds like yours are whipped into a frenzy by those who are smarter. How do you know it is at a well sit ? Duh ? OH ya, the sky is falling, give me all your money.

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  2. WHY??? Why do regulations permit these carelessly operated, negligent death factories to set up shop so close to grazing land and other areas where life is innocently being lived? How can anyone take parting in these lethal operations live comfortably with their actions?

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    1. Talk that talk while you spend your GAS ROYALTIES AT WALMART BUYING A THONG AND A LACE TEDDY< WITH A POUND OF CHICKEN TENDERS..............LARDASS.

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    2. Because assholes like you buy the products, duh !!!!! Walk to work, dont heat your house, Dont buy any manufactured clothing. Dry your shit on a clothes line. Dont use A/C. Bitch

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  3. My family has summered in French Azilum, Bradford County, PA, since the 1930s. We call the place Camp. It's right on the Susquehanna River. Right next door is a farm that used to have dairy cows. The cows are gone now, but horses, which are ridden by the farmer's granddaughter at competitions (she's a top competitor in PA), graze peacefully in the fields there. We love watching these magnificent creatures. How long will they be able to escape the dangers of gas drilling? Does the farmer even know about these dangers? The dead cows in Louisiana make me so sad because I think this death will arrive in PA before long. More collateral damage.

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    1. Dumbass, it died from blue ice ( crap from an airplane off-loaded mid air ) It was hit in the head from the frozen ice ball. You can tell about as much from my explanation, as from the original poster. Your Dad could have even hit it going to work> Got proof ?????????????

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    2. I summered in West Texas, as well as the most of the year,( home of most wells ), all my life and I'm still living. The French have been a little light in the loafers all their life war finace, sex, ect. Do you think they have had time enough to lift their heads up from doing the sheep, to worry about the gas wells ?

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  4. Natural gas is domestic, clean, cheap, and plentiful. The energy used to power the computer you wrote that on could have been from a natural gas fired electrical plant. You are biting the hand that feeds you, or more accurately energizes your world. Aside from that chesapeake does not conduct its own fraccing,this is done by a third party. Find out who is to blame before you start crying for the horses on a farm you went to for vacation that might die if x number of things go wrong. Natural gas companies offer a better way. No energy solution is safe-In England, wind turbines started throwing chunks of ice onto a neighborhood causing injuries and property damage and ultimately evacuation of the area. Come to think of it, nuclear energy is one the safest, most economically viable energy sources we possess but "nuclear" just sounds mean and evil to people like you. With a little research you could save yourselves from making ignorant statements and help move the country forward.

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    1. Good, educated post. Thank you. Rest of these people are MORONS.....

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  6. Rude or otherwise inappropriate language, irrelevant to the issue under discussion will not be tolerated. Please honor basic civility on Splashdown or risk having your comment deleted.
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    1. BITE ME if you cant take it

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  7. I say delete it. The issue is not gas or no gas, but clean water in a world of gas production. Some people are awfully defensive, and anonymously so.

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  8. I am really upset to hear the animal are suffered because of pollution produced buy oil or fuel. This is absolutely outrageous.

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    1. Txsharon and Kim Triolo Feil swear by the story of " 130 chickens, a one week old calf that drank out of a tank (?) And several cows that bled out of all orafices and THEIR EYE BALLS EXPLODED IN THEIR HEADS, evidently in front of TXSHARON and KIm TRIOLO FEIL of Arlington, Texas, that takes gas well royalties, but turnes around and MF the gas well industry. Sorta like cussing pedophiles, then offering them your little sister for money.

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  10. TXSHARON, can you prove those cows are drinking out of a frack pond ? I am going to do what I can to find the site and diprove you publicly. Maybe even follow the cows to auction. I hope you get sued.

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