Deaths and Thefts: Warning for Utah’s livestock producers

The Utah Department of AG has a warning for livestock producers.

Scores of cattle, horses, and mules have gone missing or been harmed this year. Some have died and officials do not know why. The department says that the trend has been growing over the last few years.

However this year, they have investigated more than 80 cases. They say historical trends show as we enter into fall, the number of cases will increase.

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