Thousands of cattle recently dropped dead on a ranch in Ulysses, Kansas. Experts are citing “extreme heat” for the estimated 10,000 deaths, but many people are questioning that explanation because all of the cows seemed to die at the same time.
Speculation about the true cause is running rampant on social media. One person posted this image, implying that the government is behind the cattle deaths.
Others pointed out that the stated cause of death is not being embraced by other ranchers in the area, with evidence that seemingly debunks the official theory:
While some people support the expert explanation:
Some proposed the idea that the deaths could be linked to bright red “sprites” observed in the sky during the same time period:
And while some questioned the high temperature, others pointed out that changing weather patterns could signal something ominous:
Some people pointed out that it is extremely hot in other areas of the country and similar mass deaths have not happened:
Hopefully official necropsies will reveal exactly how these cows died. Watch video footage below.
Thousands of cattle suddenly died last weekend in Kansas. The reason given – high temperatures. pic.twitter.com/Gd0I5k5eRP
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) June 15, 2022
Alternate video here.