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Missing or Stolen Cow/Calf Combinations Neosho County, Kansas
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Monday, 25 February 2013 16:37

The Neosho County, Kansas Sheriff’s Office in currently investigating the disappearance of 10 cow/calf pairs from the area of 2743 160th Road, near Chanute, Kansas.  The description of the cattle are as follows: seven black cows, a Charolais, a red Hereford Cross, and a Charolais Cross. 

Each missing cow has with her a fall calf which would weigh about 300 pounds. They don't have any brands or tags or any specific markings. They are missing from a pasture 10 miles SW of Chanute.

   A bull was also missing but was located in the neighbors pasture.   The Sheriff’s Office has made numerous searches in the local area but have been unable to locate them. They are wild and were last seen around February 7th.

   It is undetermined at this point if they were stolen or just missing at this time.

  Please contact Michael Coover with the Neosho County Sheriff's Office if any one reports having extra cattle, or if you believe you have observed the cow/calfs.  His number is 620-431-5941. If anyone has any information regarding this case, please contact Michael Coover with the Neosho County Sheriff’s Office. If anyone reports have extra cattle, or if you believe you have observed the cow/calfs. His number is (620)-431-5941 and email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
 
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