Nothing to see here folks, just some severed cow heads drying on the side of the road

SHARE Nothing to see here folks, just some severed cow heads drying on the side of the road

Good thing this was in a rural area, otherwise it would have caused one heck of a gapers delay.

When Colleen DeShazer, a commissioner in St. Helens (Wash.) slaughtered some cows, she decided to put their heads out to dry — atop barricade along the road of her Warren, Wash. property.

And while the locals aren’t a fan, DeShaszer hasn’t broken any laws or local ordinances, according to the Portland Tribune.

Those are my cows. We legally butchered them, DeShaszer said. We save the heads, we dry them out, we sell them. If you don’t like it, don’t live in the [expletive] country next to a farm.

If you’d like to see a photo of the severed heads on display, click here. But consider yourself warned, it’s a bit graphic.

Via the Portland Tribune

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