Nazi killer cows destroyed

People thought I was jesting when I talked about Killer Cows.

Discovery every year runs shark week but sharks kill very few people each year cows kill far more but there is no Discovery programme about Killer Cows….or Cow Week.

Now in the UK a bunch of Nazi created Killer Cows have been destroyed because they were trying to kill the farmer and his workers.

The revolution is well underway and this terror cell has been nipped in the bud.

Hitler’s drive to produce the perfect Aryan race was not confined to people – it also extended to a specially bred herd of Nazi-engineered cows, which have turned out to be so aggressive that a UK farmer has been forced to turn half of them into sausages.

Derek Gow imported more than a dozen Heck super cows to his West Devon farm in 2009, nearly a century after they were first created in the 1920s.

But, Farmer Gow, who is the only British farmer to own the breed, has been forced to kill seven of his herd because the cows were so aggressive they repeatedly tried to kill his staff.

“We have had to cut our herd down to six because some of them were incredibly aggressive and we just couldn’t handle them,” said Farmer Gow, who said the meat made “very tasty” sausages that tasted a bit like venison.

“The ones we had to get rid of would just attack you any chance they could. They would try to kill anyone. Dealing with that was not fun at all. They are by far and away the most aggressive animals I have ever worked with,” he said. 

I wonder of cows4me could tame the Killer Cows.

The aggressive breed was produced by German zoologists and brothers Heinz and Lutz Heck, whom the Nazi party commissioned to produce a breed of cattle based on aurochs, a species of extinct ancient wild bull.

The resulting cows, made from wild genes extracted from domestic descendants of the aurochs, had such muscular physiques and deadly horns that they were used in propaganda material during World War II as a further illustration of the Third Reich’s strength and purity.

“There was a thinking around at the time that you could selectively breed animals for Aryan characteristics, which were rooted in runes, folklore and legend. What the Germans did with their breeding programme was create something truly primeval,” said Mr Gow.

“The reason the Nazis were so supportive of the project is they wanted them to be fierce and aggressive. When the Germans were selecting them to create this animal they used Spanish fighting cattle to give them the shape and ferocity they wanted.” Fresians and Simmentals were also part of the breeding process.

The aurochs were a species of wild bull that had once roamed the forests of Europe but were hunted to extinction in the 17th century. The brothers’ imitation was slightly shorter than the original, but retained the muscular body, deep brown complexion and shaggy, coffee-coloured fringe.

The cattle were mostly destroyed after the fall of Nazism in 1945, although some have survived in European nature conservation parks.

Fresians and Simmentals!


– The Independent


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  • caochladh

    Farmer Gow should have learned to play the bagpipes, that would have made the cows acquiesce.

  • Korau

    The story of these cattle was aired recently on either History or National Geographic channels.

    More info here about the breeding programme which was overseen by Herman the German (Hermann Göring) who wanted the cattle released so he could hunt and kill them.

  • Andy

    “The Herd Reich”

    (pun not attributable to me)

  • kehua

    Most large animals can become dangerous when handled by ignorant people, the sheer weight and speed that they can attain is unbelievable. Any experienced cattleman would work out how to handle these cattle, unfortunately todays farmers are not retaining many of their forebears skills.

    • Michelle

      agree and when they have horns left on they become a whole different ball game dealing with them especially with a calf at foot

      Probably some greenies/tree huggers trying to save these cows and have no idea how to deal with them

  • Lord Onerous I
  • cows4me

    I doubt very much if I could tame such animals. Genes play a huge part in livestock breeding and aggression isn’t a favored trait besides the owner of these animals should have dehorned them when they were calves. An animal running around with horns like these is like giving a arsonist a drum of napalm .