Third Case of Pure Hemoglobin at Bull Mutilation

Dry, bloodless "cookie cutter" excision of scrotum from belly of 2200-pound bull, St. Brides, Alberta, Canada discovered October 12, 2000. Photograph © 2000 by Fern Belzil.
Dry, bloodless "cookie cutter" excision of scrotum from belly of 2200-pound bull, St. Brides, Alberta, Canada discovered October 12, 2000. Photograph © 2000 by Fern Belzil.

September 7, 2001 St. Paul, Alberta, Canada - Rancher Fern Belzil of St. Paul has been investigating unusual cattle mutilations in Alberta for the past several years. On October 16, 2000, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police called him about the eerie death of a 2200-pound bull found at the Saddle Lake Indian Reserve on October 12 about fifteen miles southwest of St. Paul in a rural area called St. Brides. The bull was a seven year old Semmental, a robust blood line from Europe, owned by rancher Marshall Kiziak.

 

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