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Disturbing cow mutilation in north central montana

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posted on May, 5 2011 @ 09:51 PM
I have seen mutilated cows on a few occassions myself, in Washington state, and veterinarians were not able to determine any normal explanation for what happened..

With the advent of technology, I would suggest that farmers put transponders on their cattle, and if it helps them witness an actual abduction underway, they should then unload a multitude of gunfire into the perpetrators, then don't even tell anyone about it..

posted on May, 5 2011 @ 10:08 PM
reply to post by prexparte

Thanks for sharing. Very interesting.

I like how people always "rule out martians." Shows how much thought they've put into the subject matter...

posted on May, 5 2011 @ 11:26 PM
reply to post by alienreality

Don't think it. In one Montana case, the rancher and son started feeding cattle on one end of a pasture and all cows were accounted for. They worked to the other end and were back within the hour to find a fresh kill with all the telltale signs of mutilation. I don't remember the length of the pasture, but less than a half mile I think, this all took place right near them without them seeing a thing. It would very likely do no damage if you tried to shoot at one of these UFOs or critters, but if they turned on you, you would be toast. These things are interdimensional, they're extremely dangerous, and you'd better run as fast as you can, don't linger to socialize or take aim. I've left out some of my own experience from the 50s, not that I was abducted or saw any mutilations, but the things that did occur were very personal and very grave, they were not my imagination. I've started thinking and talking about it more lately because I'm retired, my time is my own, and I'm not up to my neck in community battles that need immediate attention. Of all the problems affecting man, however, with the possible exception of this nuclear bull, this is the one that needs to taken seriously and owned up to.

posted on May, 6 2011 @ 01:19 AM
reply to post by prexparte

ok . well...hmmmmmmmmm.. the article was removed from the Tribune's website, I check it 3 times using 2 links from other website which came up as...

Unfortunately, that page could not be found
From the Tribunes site itself

however, here's a indirect which reflexes your text exactly..

Glen and Ruby Bouma show the carcass of a yearling steer that was mutilated in 2001 on their farm about 8 miles west of Conrad. The injuries were similar to those sustained by a cow in Meagher County recently. (FILE PHOTO COURTESY OF PONDERA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OF)
By KIM SKORNOGOSKI • Tribune Staff Writer • December 12, 2010

There were just a few drops of blood around the cow — hardly what was expected considering the tongue and udder were removed and the flesh and tissue scraped clean to the bone.

In the days before its death, the cow showed no signs of being sick. The tongue and udder looked like they had been cut with precision — not ripped as a predator would do.

"I reached out to everybody I know to try to get an explanation," Meagher County Sheriff Jon Lopp said. "Everybody's got a theory — from insects to UFOs. I've actually read a lot about it. I'm still as confused as I was when I started."

Though this incident was the first time Lopp has seen a cow mutilated in such a strange manner, it's been going on elsewhere for decades.

In England, accounts of mutilated cows, horses and goats date back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The first reports in America surfaced in Pennsylvania and Kansas in the 1960s.

Montana's first known similar incident was a Sand Coulee steer in late August 1974. By December 1977, sheriff's deputies had investigated 67 mutilation cases in Cascade, Judith Basin, Chouteau, Teton and Pondera counties.

The hallmarks of these incidents are the almost surgically precise removal of reproductive organs, udders, anuses, teats and tongues with very little bleeding. Flesh around the jaw often is removed, exposing the mandible. Sometimes, internal organs are removed with no obvious points of entry.

Lopp found no human or animal tracks around the dead cow, and no signs of a struggle — just like in the other mutilated cow cases. However, the ground was hard when the cow was discovered in late October, and there was no snow on the ground.

After asking around, Lopp learned of another Meagher County rancher who several years ago had three cows die in a similar fashion within a few months of each other.
Over the years, explanations have included the legendary Chupacabra, extraterrestrials, secretive government programs and satanic cults.
indirect Link to story

as I said before, I can bring up no direct link from the Tribune to this story..

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