Michigan cowboy ropes runaway cow on the highway

Video via Michigan State Police Second District

With the help of state police, some wranglers were able to lasso a cow on a Michigan highway after it escaped from its pasture.

Michigan State Police Second District received a request for traffic control as a precaution in the event that a runaway cow managed to escape and run. They said a “team of wranglers comparable to the cast of Yellowstone attempted to wrangle a cow that was stuck in a gravel put on Belford Road. Troopers stayed on standby to stop traffic.”

The wranglers were on four-wheelers but the cow outsmarted them. After a small chase, the cow was captured and removed from the freeway. The cow is back in the pasture.

Story via Michigan State Police Second District

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