Skip to comments.Frozen Colorado cows may have to be exploded
Posted on 04/21/2012 7:09:56 AM PDT by Pontiac
It may take explosives to dislodge the frozen carcasses of a small herd of cows found in an old ranger's cabin high in the Rocky Mountains.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
I think a chainsaw would work.
They should learn something from this: exploding a whale on a beach to ge rid of it
go watch it- it's hilarios as well as educational
Instead of frozen whole cows they are going to have thosands of pieces of cow to clean up
Chainsaw off some steaks!
...thosands of pieces of cow...
My dad had around a dozen cows standing under a tree in Bama back forty years ago, during a major thunderstorm. Lightning stuck the tree and killed all twelve cows. He had the insurance guy come out, and settle on the cows (he actually made like $300 each). He spent $500 to hire the guy with the local bulldozer then to come out and dig this big hole about 100 hundred feet away from the tree. We dragged the cows into the hole, and had the bulldozer fill in the spot. That’s the only realistic way of handling this. You don’t want to mess with explosives or gasoline. It’s just the wrong logic in a case like this.
Why not let the wolves at ‘em?
That may be and for good reason. Is there any problem that can't be solved by blowing it up? Really.
I think I see the problem.
“rangers are worried about using trucks in a wilderness area, where the government bars permanent improvements and tries to preserve the natural habitat.”
Light the cabin on fire, get a drum of KC Masterpiece, and invite the wolves in for a barbecue. Then, shoot the wolves.
It's a conspiracy, because the cows made contact with the "visitors".
i see that too...
What about getting 10 guys on a rope and DRAG the frozen cows out of the building???
people are so dam lazy these days
A case of Diet Double Dew and Cartman will have them dislodged in a half hour.
Tnree options stated in article
1.nature takes its course
2. Use explosives
3.use a helicopter to remove
I am sure as rain they will use the most expensive way to do this ....
Can we watch on Weasel Zippers?
During the Reagan boom years, a developer bought land in a town that had been a big tannery area until the early 1900s.
80 years later, backhoes were snagging still rotting carcasses of animals.
Of course, the decay could have been slowed from all the leftover chromium and arsenic sites.
That was my thought. Cut the cows up and use four wheelers with trailers to haul the meat out to the closest road. If you are careful not to over use the same path the impact to the environment should be minimal.
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