The trampling season: statistics on cow attacks

The commonly cited stats on cow attacks put the risk of being killed at nearly 3 billion to one. Not a very large risk, and so easily dismissed as insignificant.

But these statistics are fundamentally flawed. Find out why the risk is likely to be much larger, at around 35 thousand to one.

Read our opinion piece: AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW ON CATTLE ATTACK STATISTICS

 

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