Strayed or stolen cattle report
Reported Feb. 27, 2015
OKLAHOMA (Seminole County) – Feb. 21, 2015 – Oklahoma Dept of Ag, 405/522-6102
10 head of black heifers, weighing 700-800 pounds, not branded and no distinguishing marks, orange ear tags numbered 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 16, 19 and 23.
WYOMING (Crook County) – Sept., 2014 – Wyoming Livestock Board, 307/777-6443
13 head of cattle: Hereford, Angus, Angus-Simmental Cross, yearlings, all brands on left rib: 77 connected over X; M over upside down heart; Y backwards L connected
WYOMING (Lusk) – July, 2014 – Wyoming Livestock Board, 307/777-6443
12 Angus cross black female cattle, 1 year old, will have a 4 brand on left shoulder and a 5 D connected on left rib.
Reported on March 5, 2015
OKLAHOMA (Carter County) – March 4, 2015 – Oklahoma Dept of Ag, 405/522-6102
5 heavily bred Brangus cows, Bangs eartags are vaccination tags of Texas origin and begin with the numbers 74QKL; the last four numbers of the tags are within the range of 8701-8805, also have Bangs vaccination tattoo in the right ear of RV4, cows have red eartags in left ear with numbers 2413, 2421, 2432, 2452, and 2463, they have a Texas phone number on the back of the tag that doesn’t belong to the current owner, they have no brands or other identifying markings. A white flatbed crew cab truck pulling a black C&M gooseneck trailer was observed loaded with an unknown number of cattle.
OKLAHOMA (Choctaw County) – March 2, 2015 – Oklahoma Dept of Ag, 405/522-6102
12 head of cattle: 1 black Angus bull with orange eartag with #89; 1 Charolais cow with no eartag; 1 red heifer with orange eartag #62; 1 red heifer with orange eartag #57; 1 black cow with yellow eartag #1 and bull calf approximately 100#’s; 1 red cow with yellow eartag #6 and a bull calf approximately 100 #s; 1 black heifer with yellow eartag #12 and black bull calf approximately 100 #s; 1 black cow with orange eartag #55; 1 black bull calf; adults are branded with GW on left hip; calves have no brands or distinguishing marks.
MISSOURI (Vernon County) – March 2, 2015 – Vernon County Sheriff, 417/283-4400
2 black Angus heifer calves, 4 to 7 days old, tagged in right ear with yellow tag with black letters. One tag is 77.
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A pasture or lot with plenty of grass or bedding and windbreak is important when calving in the cold.