The agricultural community is celebrating a new vaccine created to prevent miscarriages, or spontaneous abortions, in cows.

Meanwhile, unborn human babies are slaughtered in the womb at a rate of more than 2,300 per day in America, and abortions are celebrated openly – as if human lives do not have value.

The agricultural website Feedstuffs recently highlighted the new vaccine from Hygieia Biological Laboratories in Woodland, California, as a breakthrough for cattle farmers and ranchers.

According to the report, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Center for Veterinary Biologics recently approved the vaccine for use to prevent epizootic bovine abortion (EBA). The condition has been linked to the deaths of a huge number of unborn cattle at an estimated loss to farmers of $10 million annually in California, Oregon and Nevada alone, the report states.

Industry leaders praised the new vaccine as a “monumental” advancement that will help prevent “incredible losses” of cattle each year.

What a different view society has of human beings in the womb, whose worth is far greater than an animal’s.

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Today, even preventing elective abortions in humans is no longer considered to be a good thing by society. Abortion activists and politicians who support abortion now talk about expanding abortion access. They criticize pro-lifers for reducing abortions because they are supposedly “forcing” women to stay pregnant.

This is a complete and utter disconnect from what an elective abortion is and does. Abortions are not good, just as miscarriages, or spontaneous abortions, are not. Whether in humans or animals, an abortion ends the life of a unique, living creature. And in the case of elective abortions, they brutally and violently destroy a unique, irreplaceable, living human being – the woman’s own child.

Preventing elective abortions in humans, as pro-lifers work to do every day, should not be controversial. When a baby’s life is saved, it should be celebrated, and pro-life advocacy should be promoted – just as a new vaccine to prevent miscarriages in animals is.

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