Bovine in the Globe & Mail on June 1, 2011

Story in the Globe and Mail by Jessica Leeder

NORTHPORT(PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY), ONT.: MAY 31, 2011 -- Matt Rabbie of Sunset farm in Prince Edward County gives his cattle some feed on his family farm on May 31, 2011. Rabbie's cattle have been vaccinated against E-coli. Canada’s Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. holds the patent to the world’s first E. coli vaccine. (Lars Hagberg for the Globe and Mail)

NORTHPORT (PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY), ONT., MAY 31, 2011 -- Matt Rabbie of Sunset farm in Prince Edward County scratches his bull, Wolfgang on the back on the farm on May 31, 2011. Rabbie's cattle has been vaccinated against E-coli. Canada’s Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. holds the patent to the world’s first E. coli vaccine. (Lars Hagberg for the Globe and Mail)

NORTHPORT(PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY), ONT.: MAY 31, 2011 -- Cattle on Rabbie's family Sunset Farm in Prince Edward County leave the barn on May 31, 2011. Rabbie's cattles have been vaccinated against E-coli. Canada’s Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. holds the patent to the world’s first E. coli vaccine. (Lars Hagberg for the Globe and Mail)

NORTHPORT (PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY), ONT., MAY 31, 2011 -- A calf jawns on Matt Rabbie of Sunset farm in Prince Edward County as give he give the cattle some feed on in farm on May 31, 2011. Rabbie's cattle has been vaccinated against E-coli. Canada’s Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. holds the patent to the world’s first E. coli vaccine. (Lars Hagberg for the Globe and Mail)

Northport (Prince Edawrd County), ONT., MAY 31, 2011 -- Matt Rabbie of Sunset farm in Prince Edward County give his cattle some feed on his family farm on May 31, 2011. Rabbie's cattle has been vaccinated against E-coli. Canada’s Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. holds the patent to the world’s first E. coli vaccine. (Lars Hagberg for the Globe and Mail.)

NORTHPORT (PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY), ONT.:MAY 31, 2011 -- Two calfs and a cow tries to get the lat feed from a bucket on Matt Rabbie of Sunset farm in Prince Edward County on May 31, 2011. Rabbie's cattle has been vaccinated against E-coli. Canada’s Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. holds the patent to the world’s first E. coli vaccine. (Lars Hagberg for the Globe and Mail)

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