Auroch frightens combine operator and eats collective farm’s yield

The auroch who left the forest to hunt for food stopped the work of a combine operator for almost half a day in the collective farm “Dotsishki” in Voranau District. BelTA reports that the animal boldly appeared in front of the machine. The combine specialist and two field-crop growers fled immediately. The combine operator spent about three hours in the machine.

He had to watch the animal eating the collective farm’s beet and even rolling in it. Then the driver had to go through a few terrifying moments when the animal decided to fight with the machine. In the end the auroch returned to the forest.

Specialists from “Dotsishki” have already counted the loss caused by the auroch – the combine operator could have gathered about 40 tons of beet per every hour of idling.