Cattle stolen from Kingman County

Kansas Cattle
Kansas Cattle (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

KINGMAN COUNTY, Kansas – A Kingman County rancher has reported the theft of several cattle from pasture land located in the southeastern part of the county.

The rancher reported the missing animals on Dec. 12.

The rancher indicated that the cattle went missing between Dec. 7 and Dec. 11. The four cattle are each 6- to 7-year-old longhorn cows, weighing 900-1,100 pounds.

Three of the cows are red and black and one is black and white and has a partial horn. All the others are dehorned. One black Angus bull, 6-7 years of age, also was reported missing.

Anybody with information, please contact Kingman County Sheriff’s Investigator Dustin Cooke or Deputy Amber Barratti at 620-532-5133.

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