Wisconsin Farmer Killed By His Own Bull

AVOCA, Wis. (AP) — A farmer has died after he was attacked by a bull on his farm in Iowa County.

Sheriff’s officials say 78-year-old Alfred Albrecht and his son were feeding cattle on the farm near Avoca Sunday.

Albrecht’s son left to get another bale of hay and the bull attacked Albrecht.

When his son returned, he secured the bull and called 911.

Albrecht was taken to Upland Hills Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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  • lsmith

    Bulls on farms do not have horns anymore, it is a very outdated photo and provides an unrealistic glimpse into modern farming. Suggest removing and replacing.

    • Wiley Lew

      What What city are you from .Some do some dont depends on the breed

  • dodo

    they always come on with these stupid genetic pictures because they are to lazy to get facts…..Bulls are bulls, they can be nasty, look at the PIT bull…..

  • Jenny

    i see lots of horns on the bulls around me.
    really??? referance to a dog that was bred to be working bulls? ohboy…. =(

  • Murph

    The one thing that worked for me,was to place the barrel of my shotgun firmly between the bulls eyes.And hold it there while walking sideways away from the bull! I did this thanks to the Crockadile Dundee movie.It worked! He was still standing with head crouched down when I slowly got 30 yards away from him.Ask someone else why it worked,but it DID!

  • pgabdo

    In the real world, Bulls and cows may still have horns, I agree with Jenny :-)

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