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Three bulls from the Silvies Valley Ranch were killed in early August and another two were killed during the summer. Oregon ranchers are struck by the mysterious death

Mystery as bulls are shot, expertly maimed and drained from BLOOD in Oregon while a $ 25,000 reward is offered and police say the locals blame aliens

  • Harney County Sheriff & # 39; s Office reported for the first time on August 1 that three bulls from the Silvies Valley Ranch had been shot in the head
  • All three bulls had their anal areas cut out and also had their tongues and testicles removed, according to the report
  • They also missed his penis and the tip of his ear
  • The sheriff's office determined that the three dead took place at different times and delegates could not find bullets on the spot.
  • Two more murders took place in the summer
  • Sheriff & # 39; s office investigates the murders
  • Oregon Cattleman & # 39; s Association has offered a $ 25,000 reward to anyone with information about killing the bulls
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A series of crimes have taken place in Oregon while young purebred bulls are brutally maimed and killed.

Harney County Sheriff & # 39; s Office first reported on August 1, three bulls from the Silvies Valley Ranch were shot in the head.

All three bulls had their anal areas cut out and also had their tongues and testicles removed, according to the report. They also missed his penis and the tip of his ear.

The sheriff's office determined that the three dead took place at different times and delegates could not find bullets on the spot.

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Three bulls from the Silvies Valley Ranch were killed in early August and another two were killed during the summer. Oregon ranchers are struck by the mysterious death

Three bulls from the Silvies Valley Ranch were killed in early August and another two were killed during the summer. Oregon ranchers are struck by the mysterious death

Two other bulls from the ranch – about the size of Chicago – would also have been killed.

Colby Marshall, the ranch vice president, told the NW news network that the bulls just reached their peak. Marshall expressed concern about the loss of money from every bull murder – about $ 7,000 per beast.

In mid-March, one carcass remained at the border and, according to Marshall, the murders are part of a coordinated effort.

& # 39; It's robust, & # 39; Marshall explained. & # 39; I mean, this is the limit. … If a person, or people, has the ability to beat a 2,000-pound bull, you know, it's not inconceivable that they wouldn't have much trouble with a 180-pound cowboy. & # 39;

The ranch staff must now ride in pairs and carry firearms when they are at the border.

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According to Dan Jenkins, a deputy at the sheriff's office, people speculate about wild theories about what happened to the large mammals.

& # 39; Many people tend to the aliens, & # 39; said Jenkins. & # 39; A caller had told us to basically look for depression under the carcass, because he said the alien ships radiate the cow a little and do what they are going to do with it. Then they just let them fall from a great height. & # 39;

But that is certainly the wildest theory promoted by the community.

The sheriff's office continues their investigation and the Oregon Cattleman & # 39; s Association has offered a $ 25,000 reward to anyone with information about killing the bulls. They initially only offered $ 1000 when there were only three

The sheriff's office continues their investigation and the Oregon Cattleman & # 39; s Association has offered a $ 25,000 reward to anyone with information about killing the bulls. They initially only offered $ 1000 when there were only three

The sheriff's office continues their investigation and the Oregon Cattleman & # 39; s Association has offered a $ 25,000 reward to anyone with information about killing the bulls. They initially only offered $ 1000 when there were only three victims

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Jenkins added: & # 39; Another told us that we had to run around the animal as a kind of geiger counter and guarantee that there would be radiation there. And the number one on the list there, he thinks it's the North Vietnamese army. & # 39;

The sheriff's office continues their investigation and the Oregon Cattleman & # 39; s Association has offered a $ 25,000 reward to anyone with information about killing the bulls.

Mysterious bull killings are not new to the state of Northwest.

In 2017, a couple discovered a freshly killed animal just outside of Princeton, Oregon. Andie Davies and her husband tried to determine how the bull arrived at that location.

Davies & son, a butcher, also examined the animal and could not determine what killed it.

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