Livestock Theft

Arkansas man takes cattle worth over 100k, faces felony charges

An Arkansas man entrusted to care for two producers’ livestock admitted to taking at least 140 animals in 2011 and now faces a felony theft charge. FULL STORY »

String of cattle thefts prompts branding demonstration

Another case of stolen cattle in southwest Missouri shows the importance of identifying livestock ownership. FULL STORY »

Online program tracks cattle, equipment thefts

Agricultural communities across Kansas and Missouri can help each other with an online tool designed to combat livestock and equipment theft. FULL STORY »

Task force takes aim at Missouri cattle thefts

An unusually high number of cattle thefts in southwest Missouri prompted a meeting last week to determine solutions to the issue. FULL STORY »

Cattle producer finds stolen cattle with help from TV show

A Canadian cattleman missing 10 heifers used unconventional tactics to track down his animals. FULL STORY »

Two pay restitution after killing cattle with a bow and arrow

Two Oklahoma men who used a bow and arrow to kill eight head of cattle in 2011 will pay $85,000 in restitution to victims, including a young 4-H member who lost her show calf. FULL STORY »

Texas cattle thief found in Montana

A Midland man on the run since May 2012 turned himself in to authorities Monday after he was located, arrested and released on personal recognizance bond in Big Horn, Montana, on a warrant stemming from cattle theft charges in Midland and Martin counties. FULL STORY »

Take steps to help prevent livestock theft

High cattle prices have made cattle rustling more common to start 2013, especially in southwest Missouri where nearly 40 cows have been stolen in the past three weeks. FULL STORY »

Organized rustlers devastate Missouri cattle business

Cattle thieves familiar with handling livestock are using scouts to monitor ranches, allowing them to steal cattle with the least chance of detection. FULL STORY »

Oklahoma cattle thief pleads guilty to 2011 crime

A second suspect pleaded guilty Friday to livestock theft charges after stealing cattle from a Muskogee County rancher in September 2011. FULL STORY »

TSCRA: Authorities searching for suspects tied to cow shooting

Authorities with the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) are looking for a possible suspect or suspects involved in the shooting of 1 cow at the Smith Ranch alongside County Road 1220 in Johnson County. FULL STORY »

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