The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture has issued a lookout for 26 cattle missing from a ranch east of Lindsay, Oklahoma in Garvin County.
The animals strayed from their location on the night of Sunday, December 5th or early the following morning. The 26 missing cattle are branded with a WF on the left hip. Each of the mixed breed steers weigh approximately 600 pounds.
Anyone with information regarding the missing cattle should contact Col. Mike Grimes, Chief Agent, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Investigative Services at (405) 522-6102 with the reference code IN10-048.
For more information on cattle thefts see www.CattleWatch.com A national program to help stop cattle theft. sponsored by Bayer Animal Health.
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