Texas dairy explosion leaves at least 18,000 cattle dead, 1 person critically injured

Sounds to me as if they rounded up those 18k cows for the slaughter. I also think that this has Bill Gates’ fingerprints all over it.

From foxnews.com

Approximately 18,000 cows were killed, and one person was critically injured, in an explosion at a dairy farm in the Texas Panhandle on Monday. 

The Castro County Sheriff’s Office confirmed with Fox News Digital that the cows were in a holding area before being brought in for milking when the blast occurred at the Southfork Dairy Farm in Dimmitt.

Very few cows in the holding area survived, officials told local outlet KFDA. 

“Your count probably is close to that. There’s some that survived, there’s some that are probably injured to the point where they’ll have to be destroyed,” Castro County Sherif Sal Rivera told KFDA. 

Smoke is visible a day after a massive explosion at a Texas dairy farm that left one person critically injured and 18,000 cattle dead. (Castro County Sheriff’s Office)

The explosion and fire were reported just before 7:30 p.m. Monday at Southfork Dairy Farm in Dimmitt, Texas.(KFDA)

Police said they received eight calls just before 7:30 p.m. Monday about an explosion and fire. Callers said some employees were trapped inside the milking building.

When law enforcement officials arrived at the dairy farm, they determined only a woman was trapped in the dairy building. 

Officials said the trapped individual was rescued from the building and airlifted to UMC Hospital in Lubbock for treatment. Lubbock is located about 80 miles from Dimmitt. 

Emergency personnel respond to a massive explosion at a dairy farm in Dimmitt, Texas, on Monday. (Castro County Sheriff’s Office)

Plumes of smoke rise a day after a massive explosion at Southfork Dairy Farm in Dimmitt, Texas. (Castro County Sheriff’s Office)

Officials said all the other dairy employees were accounted for and were safe.

The Texas State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of the fire. source

Do you get the feeling that America’s food supply is being targeted? This is deliberate and nefarious.


8 thoughts on “Texas dairy explosion leaves at least 18,000 cattle dead, 1 person critically injured

  1. Donna

    Yes I certainly do!! It is not by accident that food and processing plants are burning down all over America. Come Lord Jesus Come🙏❤️🙏❤️

  2. I don’t think the dairy biz is too lucrative these days but in all my years I never heard of one exploding like this one. Maybe the owners took an early Billie G retirement type 401k boost to look the other way + big ins payout. Ya never know what those good old Texas boys will do. They yes maam or sir u to death but in the end do whatever they want…that’s been my experience.

    Does seem odd nationwide toxic trains derailing near rivers, food processors burning down, drinking water contaminations & the chem trails above (oops I mean contrails, wink, wink) keep up their toxic sky trails. Something like 18 food processing plants been damaged or eradicated by fire in the last year.

    Also the Chinese buying up oodles of “farm” land near nuke style military bases & Chinese intelligence balloons sauntering overhead unimpeded. Thank goodness citizens in their driveways noticed the intrusion & notified our great defenders to check it out which they did after it crossed the whole country at its leisure.

    Chinese now owning Smithfield (biggest pork producer in USA,) Billie G (not known for being the outdoorsy type) also made himself biggest land owner in USA & owns about 1/3 of all farmland in the USA according to Dept of agriculture. Just coincidence, folks, move along, nothing to worry about, the govt is here to help you. Put ur heads back into ur Facebook & Twitter, no worries ignore the big picture.

  3. Notice how all these explosions have that wicked black smoke. Can’t wait til all these evil entities meet the Lord.

  4. LV McGraw

    18,000 Cows?? That is a whole lot to be in one place at one time. Something is very fishy. I do not believe for one second that this was just an accident.

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