Ranchers, law team up to foil livestock rustlers
An apparent increase in livestock rustling brought together landowners in eastern Carbon County, Albany County and Natrona County with federal, state and county law enforcement agencies. FULL STORY »
Cattle stolen from Georgia ranch
The Gainesville Times reports 30 cattle were stolen from a holding pen in Gillsville, Ga. before Wayne Wright was able to transport them to another property. FULL STORY »
Reward offered in case involving cows stolen from near Coyville
A group of black cows with fall calves stolen in southeast Kansas has prompted KLA to offer a reward up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the crime. FULL STORY »
Cattle rustler caught again, may serve 18 years in jail
The Alvin Sun-Advertiser reports a repeat offender who has stolen hundreds of cows since 2006 has been caught again. FULL STORY »
Rustling costs ranchers millions in poor economy
Even with cattle theft rampant in much of the nation's midsection, Oklahoma rancher Ryan Payne wasn't worried about anyone messing with his cows and calves. By his estimation, his pasture is so far off the beaten path "you need a helicopter to see it." FULL STORY »
Brother, sister arrested in Bastrop Co. cattle theft case
An investigation led by Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Ranger Doug Hutchison led to the arrest of 2 siblings on charges of livestock theft. FULL STORY »
Convicted cattle thief sentenced to 32 years in prison
Convicted cattle thief Michael Bradberry, 52, Alto, was sentenced to 32 years in prison and $173,000 in restitution today by 2nd Judicial District Court Judge Dwight Phifer. FULL STORY »
Preventing livestock and property theft headline TSCRA ranch gathering
Come join the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) for a ranch gathering Thursday, Oct. 27, at the Buffalo Valley Event Center in Denton. FULL STORY »
Natchitoches man allegedly sold calf born to stray
Louisiana's agriculture commissioner says a 55-year-old Natchitoches man is accused of selling a calf born to a stray cow that wandered into his pasture, and has been booked with livestock theft. FULL STORY »
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