A suspected poisoning of drinking water is being blamed on overnight cattle deaths. This is pretty well much the standard that is being reported about the cattle, it's all a little vague, but I did discover while looking that this has happened elsewhere in the world and I get the impression they too are unsure what has caused the death of their cattle.
A police investigation has been launched after ten pregnant cows were killed in a suspected poisoning. The animals' water supply is thought to have been contaminated with an "unknown poisonous substance" which was added to the cattle trough last week. By Friday morning, ten "in-calf" cows were dead along with their unborn calves, police said. The incident took place in an open barn containing 67 beef cattle near the small, rural village of Ham, Wiltshire.
Wiltshire Police are now investigating the suspicious death and have appealed for anyone with information to come forward. Police community support officer John Bordiss, of Wiltshire Rural Crime Team, said the incident was "clearly upsetting for all involved". He said: "Between 27th and 28th April an unknown poisonous substance was added to water troughs within an open barn containing 67 in calf beef cattle. "By Friday morning 10 were dead along with unborn calves."
Clearly there are unanswered questions, such as are they doing tests to try to find what poison was used (the poisoning is only `suspected`) if this was deliberate why not poison all the cattle ?. Did some virus kill them if so could it affect all cattle, they take `foot and mouth` serious so I would have thought the Ministry of Agriculture would be very interested in this case.
I find it a curious case myself because back in April 19 Elk were found dead but not eaten, this happened in Wyoming.
The English Cognizant Citizen
The English Cognizant Citizen
UFO Cow Abductions
On the subject of cows an image has been doing the rounds showing a cow being abducted by aliens. Questions are being asked about the validity of the photo. After searching out the image it turns out to be in .png format which in itself raises questions because normal images are .jpg. If an image is saved as .png or .gif there is usually transparent qualities involved, or the image has first been edited in a program like Paint which automatically saves images as .png.
Lynn from Psychic Focus tuned into the image and hit a startling revelation...
Yeah, this is fake... BUT, it's allowing me to see what a real abduction looks like. A real abduction would look like a thin beam of light connecting to the cow, nothing extraordinary, really. The cow would then have a slight glow about it, and then the cow would basically disappear, teleported kinda like on Star Trek; the beam of light sucks it up like a straw, then rematerializes it onboard. It's more of a quick disappearance." [Beam me up, Bessie]
And THAT is exactly how it is happening to living creatures all around the world.
Stalking the Herd: Unraveling the Cattle Mutilation Mystery