We can debunk this just by analysing the claim:
"White blood cells", despite their name, are the cells responsible for the immune system, and occur throughout the body (see reference number 2). Also called leukocytes, the presence of these cells is not an indication that blood (or pus) is present.
The claim actually says "all cows milk contains them". So ...
I messaged the creator of the video, asking:
In one of your videos you write "The FDA estimates that 93% of meat worker marriages are in shambles". is that just a joke or do you have a source for this?
Today he replied to me. I quote his reply in full:
Combine this with the facts that the happiness of a relationship is pretty difficult to quantify, and ...
There is a possibility of death due to injury and eventual infection if a dairy cow is not milked. Many wild or "less-domesticated" (if you'll allow) breeds of cattle, bison and other bovines don't suffer from the same danger.
Immediately, the real problem is that the udders will swell and cause the cow severe pain and stress if not released. Generally the ...
"Milk contains blood" is a metonymical exaggeration for the correct idea that milk contains some of the same components as blood. The word for a whole ("blood") is wrongly being used to denote only a part ("white blood cell") giving rise something reminiscent of this:
According to Metabolomic and elemental analysis of camel and bovine urine by GC–MS and ICP–MS Saudi Journal of Biosciences volume 24, pages 23-29 (January 2017):
Bovine urine contained 0.005673 ppm gold.
Summary: Gold is found in trace amounts all over the place, including cow urine.
Gold is found in trace amounts in many things.
From the report Gold Content of Water, Plants, and Animals.
Sea water contains from 0.001 to 44 ppb (parts per
This report reviews scientific papers which searched for trace amounts of gold in plants and ...
The answers are
Will it die ? Due to mastitis or any other infection-Depends on whether it is diseased or not.
No if it is a pasture-fed, primiparous, nonpregnant cows since research shows that partial milk synthesis is possible even after 28 days of nonmilking in pasture-fed, primiparous, nonpregnant cows.
Yes if it has severe udder stress or mastitis.
Searching the document shows that the actual numbers put forth by EPA are
Animal farms produce as much manure as small and medium-size cities. A farm with 2500 dairy cattle is similar in waste load to a city of 411,000 people.
The quote on cowspiracy.com takes this entirely out of context and talks about generic waste instead of specifically about manure....
The estimation of prevalence of lactose intolerance may be too high because of:
surveys in which they included individuals with self-diagnosed and not just officially diagnozed lactose intolerance
false positive diagnostic tests (up to 20% according to American Family Physician) due to other problems, such as irritable bowel syndrome, sensitivity ...
2500 dairy cattle, with an average size of about 1200 lbs, produce roughly 75,000 lbs of manure each day.
411000 people, with an average size of about 178 lbs, produce roughly 381,031.25 per day.
Thus a single dairy farm of 2500 cattle is severely lacking, if we consider only manure, compared to a city of 411,000 people. You need 4 more farms to ...