Rice Hay Contamination Doesn’t Add Up

Ex-SKF muses about the rice hay contamination and how it doesn’t quite add up.
The story of the hay all being outside in March does seem questionable. Over winter, unprotected it would rot.  There were also reports of some cows closer to the plant that became contaminated while in barns who were not fed outside hay. Cesium doesn’t clear the body as quickly as iodine clears from milk due to the short half life. Cesium has a biological half life of 70 days but that doesn’t mean it is all gone.

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