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Ruth Downey's account of the rspca's brutal slaughter of her 48 healthy cows.

  Ruth Downey's account of the rspca's brutal slaughter of her 48 healthy cattle.


More discussion below Hot Topics: Farmer Shoots Back At RSPCA Killing: Had feed - and hope:
Below is the real truth from the victim of an RSPCA shooting spree, as published in "The Land" Thurs 12th July, 2007:

Sir;
I understand it is customary to contact both parties if there is a different point of view in a story, but I was not contacted when Agriculture today printed a biased report about the cattle shooting incident at Pilliga (June 28 p.3)

My name wasn't mentioned in the article, but there has been so much publicity about this incident that it was obvious to me the "Pilliga woman" referred to was me. I have kept my cattle alive almost continuously for seven years, with very minimal losses, and I did not need orders from the RSPCA to do so. My concern for, and determination to ensure the survival of my stock was all the motivation I required. They were not, "ill and emaciated"; on the contrary, four cows had recovered from pregnancy toxaemia. I carted their feed and water, medicated them and ensured they changed sides frequently.

All four, along with 10 cows and heifers, have easily calved strong, healthy calves, with no assistance, and were feeding them well. Fourteen cows had calves, eight of which were less than two weeks old. Thirteen of these cows were shot and killed, even though it required two men to hunt them out of the holding yard where the RSPCA person waited to shoot them. "Ill" and "emaciated" cows cannot easily calve and feed their offspring.

The good size and condition of these calves when borne was due to the fact that since October, 2006, I had been ensuring that any cow showing in calf received an extra daily ration of a grain product from stockfeed specialists, Sweet Bulk, at Baradine. People only had to use their eyes, or actually listen to me.

Certainly, there was no paddock feed, given the extreme drought and no useful rain for two growing seasons, but I had bought hay and supplementary feed and only missed feeding daily on two occasions since March, 2006 until June 14, when the RSPCA arrived to shoot almost all my herd.

I had enough hay and supplements on hand for a week, plus 100 bales which arrived while the cattle were being shot, and another 600 bales were coming in a week's time which would have fed the cattle until mid-September.  All the older calves were weaned and the cows were strong and gaining condition, all toxaemia cases had recovered and the weather was looking more hopeful than it has for years.

However, the group of so-called experts were determined not to see this fact. The killing was done simply to satisfy somebody's spiteful determination.
 
 - Ruth Downey Pilliga, (NSW)