Recent Cattle Mutilations in Montana

“There was a beam of light come down and it got that calf and that calf went up in that beam of light and was gone!”

- Montana Rancher

Left: 7-year-old Black Angus pregnant cow found dead and mutilated in the morning of April 9, 2010, on a very remote northeastern Montana ranch. Right: Another mutilated cow discovered 15 miles from first mutilation one month later on May 9, 2010. Photos by owners who have asked for anonymity.
Left: 7-year-old Black Angus pregnant cow found dead and mutilated in the morning of April 9, 2010, on a very remote northeastern Montana ranch. Right: Another mutilated cow discovered 15 miles from first mutilation one month later on May 9, 2010. Photos by owners who have asked for anonymity.

Red circle marks the region in northeastern Montana where mutilated cows were found on April 9 and May 9, 2010. Western Montana around Great Falls has had more than a hundred reported cattle mutilations since the early 1970s.

Red circle marks the region in northeastern Montana where mutilated cows were found on April 9 and May 9, 2010. Western Montana around Great Falls has had more than a hundred reported cattle mutilations since the early 1970s.

Pregnant cow owned by Bill Veenhuizen, Maple Valley, Washington, found dead with “keyhole” excision of jaw flesh, bone, teeth, tongue, and large hide-deep excision of rectal and vaginal tissue on July 17, 1989. Photograph © 1989 by Bill Veenhuizen.
Pregnant cow owned by Bill Veenhuizen, Maple Valley, Washington, found dead with “keyhole” excision of jaw flesh, bone, teeth, tongue, and large hide-deep excision of rectal and vaginal tissue on July 17, 1989. Photograph © 1989 by Bill Veenhuizen.

May 17, 2010  Northeastern Montana  -  In 1975-1976, there were so many cattle mutilations in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and other parts of the United States that sheriffs reported some carcasses were still warm to touch, but had an ear, eye, jaw flesh, tongue, genitals and rectal area excised in a "cookie cutter" surgical fashion without blood and without signs of struggle or tracks from what killed and mutilated the animals.

 

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