Livestock Marketing Assoc. missing report
Texas (Coleman County) – Oct. 23, 2013, JD Huddleston, 325-669-5647. Missing – one young bucking bull: dark brown with a tan saddle over ribs, white face with spot around left eye, one full horn on left side and a nub horn on right side, spur scars from raking of spurs by riders, Double J brand, 1500-1600 pounds.
Wyoming (Sheridan County) – July, 2013, Wyoming Livestock Board, 307-750-2783. Missing – 48 head cattle: 24 black Angus six year old cows, 1,000 pounds and 24 black Angus eight month old calves, 600 pounds. D-D brand on left rib. Cattle may have been hauled in white four-door with 20 foot aluminum stock trailer.
–Livestock Marketing Ass’n
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