Part 2:  High Strangeness in Dundee, Oregon

“It didn’t matter what size the dead animal was, it didn’t matter how deep I buried them, or that they were covered in Lime ... I found the dead animals I buried had been excavated by something I did not know.”

-Vincent Cantwell, Farmer, Dundee and Yamhill, Oregon

 

Dundee (vineyard) and nearby Yamhill (Scottish Highlands on farm) in Yamhill County, Oregon, are marked by the map marker about12 miles northeast of  McMinnville and 27 miles southwest of Portland.
Dundee (vineyard) and nearby Yamhill (Scottish Highlands on farm) in Yamhill County, Oregon, are marked by the map marker about12 miles northeast of McMinnville and 27 miles southwest of Portland.
The Scottish Highlands were raised on Yamhill pasture property (upper left) about 14 miles from the Dundee vineyard property (far right). McMinnville (lower left) is 12 miles southeast of Dundee.
The Scottish Highlands were raised on Yamhill pasture property (upper left) about 14 miles from the Dundee vineyard property (far right). McMinnville (lower left) is 12 miles southeast of Dundee.

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January 3, 2013  Dundee and Yamhill, Oregon - Vincent Cantwell was disturbed and puzzled by a Highland mother that stomped her own baby calf, breaking its back and forcing him to kill the calf to end its agony. Vincent said he had tied the little calf in a stall so it could get milk from its mother, never thinking the mother Highland would attack the chained baby that could not run away. After that, Vincent stopped tying up little calves.

 

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