Georgia Farmer Killed By Mad Cow

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by Michael John Scott

The cow a Georgia farmer wanted to move Wednesday morning decided it wanted to stay put, according to the Rome-News Tribune.

The cow allegedly rammed farmer Nathan William Paris against a fence, causing massive chest trauma.

First responders attempted to revive the 72-year-old farmer to no avail. He was rushed to an emergency room where he was pronounced dead.

“It’s the first time in a long time that I can recall a death attributed to a farm animal,” Floyd County Coroner Gene Proctor told the Rome-News Tribune.

It is not known whether the cow was changing pastures or heading to the slaughterhouse.

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Michael John Scott

Mr. Scott is a political junkie, and animal lover. He is also a U.S. Army veteran, career law enforcement executive, and university professor. Did I mention he loves dogs? A lot?
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