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Seventeen Cattle Mysteriously Die at Gilmer Ranch


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news iconAn East Texas rancher is looking for a logical explanation after seventeen of his cows fall dead within hours, with no obvious reason.

It was Sunday that rancher Ronny Blasengame and his longtime neighbor A.D. Varner began finding dead cattle on a ranch off of Cherokee trace near Gilmer.

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its probably something as simple as the local water supply being contaminated

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its probably something as simple as the local water supply being contaminated

NOOOO must be the terrorist contaminating it with anthrax tongue.gif On a serious note

must be that oil rig they mention producing chemical that is harmful disgust.gif .

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Initially I thought it MUST have something to do with the rig being there...however this only raised another BIG question to me, cuz lots of oil rigs drill in farmers fields everyday and I've never heard (or is it HERD LOL hehehe) of cows dying from it.

There really should be some kind of further investigation done to the clear jelly-like fungus that oozes out of the ground in the spring...why just take the word of an area Ag-extension agent that it isn't deadly...i mean really they are pumping oil from the same ground, whats to say this oozing substance hasn't been contaminated somehow.

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Very interesting that it’s on Cherokee Trace, I am from here and a lot of strange things happen on this road.

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