800lb Cow Killer Retired!!! Hunters catch and kill 15ft, 800lb alligator that was eating cows on their farm

…spent too much time eating livestock

  Photo: Outwest Farms Inc/Facebook
Lee Lightsey, the owner of Outwest Farms in Okeechobee, and hunting guide, Blake Godwin, discovered the enormous animal in their cattle ponds on April 2. They then shot it when it surfaced during a hunt

Hunters have caught and killed a 15ft alligator that was eating cows. 

The 800lb creature was fatally shot in Okeechobee, Florida, on Saturday after terrorizing the cattle on a farm.

Lee Lightsey, the owner of Outwest Farms in Okeechobee, and hunting guide, Blake Godwin, discovered the enormous animal in their cattle ponds on April 2. 

 Photo: Outwest Farms Inc/Facebook
Hunters in Okeechobee, Florida, have captured and killed a 15ft, 800lb alligator that was eating cows
They believed the gator had been feasting on the farm’s cattle.

Godwin told Fox 12: ‘We also discovered the remains what we determined to be cattle in the water. We determined that he was in fact attacking our livestock as they came to drink.’
On Saturday the creature surfaced around 20ft from them, so they shot it.
It was so big they had to use a tractor to drag it out. However, they were then able to use the vehicle to proudly show off their catch. 
They plan to donate the gator’s meat to charity and have the alligator taxidermied for display at their hunting shows and expos.
Photo: Blake Godwin
A boy is seen lying across the enormous animal after it was slayed by the hunters – who said it was one of the biggest they had ever caught
The hunters plan to donate the gator’s meat to charity and have the alligator taxidermied for display at their hunting shows and expos

Courtesy: fox12

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