One cattle rustler down, several more to go“Cattle theft is a unique crime,” says Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger Bart Perrier. “Anybody can rob a house or commit murder, but not just anybody can steal cattle. I have yet to meet a cattle thief that wasn’t a cowboy.” FULL STORY »
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Compared to last week, feedlot bound feeder cattle (weighing over 750 lbs) sold unevenly steady with slight gains in the ...
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