kenny thomas wrote:Are you sure the cow was not down for a while and then torn up? Looks like a very big pile of manure behind her.
And the areas shown are some of the first that a buzzard with tear because it is tender.
dun wrote:Isomade wrote:Dave wrote:Where on the rear are the wounds located. I have seen wounds for a cougar on both horses and cattle on the rear. A coyote is only about knee high so wounds would be very low and I can't imagine a coyote atacking a full grown cow. If there are bite wounds low on the legs my guess would be the neighbors dogs.
The WDFW seriously doesn't want to admit that cougars are causing any damage to anything.
Bingo! I agree, domesticated dogs are a much more likely culprit.
That's my choice too.
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