It's 2009. Computers are the size of walnuts. We're preparing for a mission to Mars. It's a brave new world.
But the more things change, the more they stay the same. So I'll summarize this case, which comes (not surprisingly) from Idaho, in four simple words:
"You killed my cows."
Sure, it's about milk permeate, pH levels, rumen acidosis, and lactic acid. But that's just a 21st century way of accidentally whacking some calves.
Some things are constant. Including lawsuits.