Murderous Nazi Super Cows Turned Into Sausage

British farmer forced to turn half his murderous herd of Nazi cows into sausages

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.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I so want to see what these cows taste like.
    From what I understand, the Aurochs were pretty nasty customers and were not anything like a modern dairy or beef cow in their temperament.

    I imagine that would be like genetically bringing back the ‘Saber-toothed cat’ and expecting them to act like housecats.

    • winniec

      This was a case of ‘breeding back’. Cattle with visual traits of the aurochs were selectively combined with Spanish fighting cattle, hence the fierceness. However, they were unable to get the original height of 6′ at the shoulder. The horns would have been much higher. This isn’t the aurochs which was actually much scarier according to accounts.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I think in 20-30 years, we are going have Aurochs return, if we want them too. They did not go extinct THAT long ago and there is plenty of remaining DNA to work with.
        What we will do with them, I have no idea.

    • Alain

      Well clearly you have had no experience with dairy bulls; the worst and most dangerous in my experience are Jersey bulls. They may lack the size of the Aurochs but lack nothing in being equally dangerous. Also there are plenty of modern day dairy and beef cows whose calf you had better not mess with.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Nope, no experience what-so-ever.
        I did assume that the UK dairy farmer did, and found the usual techniques in dealing with cattle somewhat lacking.
        I suspect he has found some especially nasty traits in these animals.

        • Alain

          I think you are correct. The thing is that even within a particular breed of cattle (actually probably the same for all animals) there can be a strain that is different from the rest of the same breed. That difference can be wildness, aggressiveness or other things, and most livestock owners will cull those. I remember obtaining a couple of purebred registered cows of the same breed I kept only to discover that they were unmanageable/dangerous. They did not stay nor did I keep any of their offspring even though they were fine looking animals. I later learned from some other breeders that they had encountered this same strain or bloodline coming from the same place.

  • DVult

    Surprised they didn’t try to take over the neighbouring farms.

  • Brett_McS

    Another episode for Nazi Super Weapons.

  • moraywatson

    I recall Hitler’s milk moustache creating quite the fuhrer.