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Livestock Marketing Assoc. reports missing livestock

The following livestock have been reported as missing to Livestock Marketing Association:

Reported on April 7, 2014

GEORGIA (Athens) – 4/4/2014 – Northeast Georgia Livestock, 706/549-4790

10 head slaughter cattle. BWF cow, 1310 lbs, backtag 1106; black bull, 1495 lbs, backtag 905; RWF bull, 1790 lbs, backtag 1082; black bull, 1690 lbs, backtag 1270; Holstein cow, 1105 lbs, backtag 1202; Holstein cow, 1295 lbs, backtag 1203; black cow, 1050 lbs, backtag 1209; RWF cow, 1355 lbs, backtag 1210; Charolais cow, 800 lbs, backtag 1251; black cow, 1230 lbs, backtag 1293.

OKLAHOMA (Okemah) – 3/10/2014 – Oklahoma Cattlemen's Assoc., 405/235-4391

2 cows; one is black white on bottom of mouth; one is solid red; JK connected brand on right hip, should be bred.

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OKLAHOMA (Cushing) – 3/10/2014 – Oklahoma Cattlemen's Assoc., 405/235-4391

5 crossbred steers, predominantly black, 700 pounds, pink tag in one ear, blue tag in other ear, W brand on left hip.

OKLAHOMA (Woodward County) – 4/4/2014 – Oklahoma Dept. of Ag, 405/522-6102

2 black cows, had calves on them but calves left behind, 1000-1100 pounds, eartags #47 & #159, may have a combination of TB brand on left rib; spur on left rib; D7 on left hip.

OKLAHOMA (Pottawatomie County) – 3/26/2014 – Oklahoma Dept. of Ag, 405/522-6102

7 head of calves: 1 black bull and 6 black heifers approximately 1 month old with no brands, ear tags or markings.

MISSOURI (Barry County) – 3/11/2014 – Barry County Sheriff, 417/847-6556

1 calf born 3/10/2014, dark chocolate, almost black, has long ears and a slight hump.

OKLAHOMA (Custer County) – 3/4/2014 – Oklahoma Dept. of Ag, 405/522-6102

9 head of calves: black and black baldy heifers, 760 pounds, G brand on left hip, orange eartags with "GRUBB" and phone number and number on other side.

OKLAHOMA (Woodward County) – 2/27/2014 – Oklahoma Dept. of Ag, 405/522-6102

2 horses. 1 sorrel gelding with three white socks and a blaze face, one sorrel filly with a blaze face

View the report online at http://www.lmaweb.com

–Livestock Marketing Association

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