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Cassia County Sheriff: Hundreds of calves stolen from ranch, info sought
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Cassia County Sheriff: Hundreds of calves stolen from ranch, info sought

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BURLEY — The Cassia County Sheriff’s Office is looking for help solving a case of several hundred calves reported stolen from a cattle feeding operation east of Declo.

Cassia County Sheriff Jay Heward said Marcos Garcia, owner of MGM Calf Ranch, reported the calves as stolen on July 1.

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Garcia did not know exactly how many Jersey and Jersey mix calves were missing, Heward said.

The calves were all between one day and 10 months old and Garcia was caring for the animals for other companies.

Heward said all of the calves had ear tags and the sheriff’s office is working with the state brand department and other Idaho agencies in the case.

Anyone with information on the missing calves should call the Cassia County Sheriff’s Office at 208-878-2251.

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