Sunday, June 10, 2012

VIDEOS -- How Bangor Dairy Farmer Ron Klein Survived Bull Attack



Video:  Water Buffalo Bull Attack -- Part 1


One of the most horrifying farm accidents is a bull attack. Hardly anyone gets out alive. Ron Klein of Windshadow Farm & Dairy (Bangor, Michigan) tells how he survived an attack by his water buffalo bull, Leoben.


Video:  Water Buffalo Bull Attack -- Part 2


Ron describes his injuries and how friends/neighbors helped him.  He gives special credit to the Coloma EMS and the AirCare crew who airlifted him to the Bronson Trauma Center in Kalamazoo where he received the best of care.


Video:  Water Buffalo Bull Attack -- Part 3



Ron talks about the meaning of the attack for him, the reason why he added water buffalo to his commercial dairy and why he decided to sell them to another dairy farmer.



Video:  Water Buffalo Bull Attack -- Part 4



As a result of decades of training in fundamental martial arts and self-defense, Ron instinctively knew he needed to focus on the bull’s sensitive nose and eyes to get him to back off.  Here is how the martial arts probably saved him from the bull attack




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