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THE DEADLY SECRET OF AMERICA S UTILITY COMPANIES. There s a lethal problem at the Allen Dairy Farm, and no one can pinpoint the source. After millions of dollars, a series of misfortunes and the mysterious sickness and death of numerous cows, farm owner Russ Allen discovers the trouble with his livestock was brought on by electrical pollution of the earth a major quandary throughout the dairy states. The source of this deadly stray current is a local utility giant who refuses to acknowledge its guilt and mitigate the problem. To safeguard his legacy and stand up for an environmental issue plaguing the heartland, Allen s final attempt to save his family s farm brings the utility into a gripping winner-take-all courtroom battle. In Electrocution of America, Russ Allen tells a timely tale of corporate greed that is paid for with the nation s livestock a staple in the food chain.
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Russ Allen is one of the heirs to the Allen Dairy Farm outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin and a leader in the movement against the electrical pollution of animals. He spent years in a heated court battle with the Wisconsin Public Service Corporation.Review:
Everyone who uses a shower, hot tub or swimming pool, or even touches an outside water spigot, needs to read Russ Allen s book as it discloses the shocking truth about the North American electric distribution system. Even through the book details the slow death by electrocution of Mr. Allen s dairy cows by the local electric utility and the ensuing trial, what happened to Mr. Allen can happen to anyone. --Donald W. Zipse, P.E., electrical forensics engineer, IEEE Life Fellow
Electrocution of America is a riveting story of how statistically flawed university research is being exploited to misrepresent the danger of low levels of electrical current affecting Wisconsin s dairy cows. This is not an isolated incident but an all too common occurrence on dairy farms across Wisconsin. This may be our canary in the coal mine for future problems in all areas with an overused compromised distribution system. --Doug Sutter, Agricultural Instructor
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Book Description Glenmore Books, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB00SCVEOYC
Book Description Glenmore Books, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0977968502