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Tues., Aug 23, 2016

Receipts : 1716

plus one Load Board Sale Heifers

 Compared to last week: Slaughter Cows & Bulls -1.00 to 3.00 Higher

Feeder Cattle -Steady to 5.00  Lower

Replacement cows and pairs - Steady 

Next  Sale Tuesday August 30, 2016-

 

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 Oct. 8, 2016  Walden Farms Sale

 

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Please help us catch a thief

 

At 2:00 am Wednesday morning April 6, 2016 the man in this video STOLE 18 head of yearling calves from Mid State Stockyards.

He is a white male approximately 250 lbs. 6 feet tall with brownish hair. 
The truck he was driving was an early 1990's model Ford Dually truck dark in color, Dark Green possibly Black.
The trailer he was pulling is Black in color and is an older horse type gooseneck type trailer with a side load ramp also.
The trailer has white rims on it.
The Cattle consisted of 18 head of calves approximately 450 to 550lbs. steers and heifers. Some have Stockyard Back tags on them and some don't.
Some of the Calves have a "G" branded on their right hip.
Please share this post and help us bring this CATTLE RUSTLER to JUSTICE!
Please contact us with any information you may have about this crime, at the following contacts.
Mid State Stockyards by phone at 334-227-8000 or by Email at info@midstatestockyards.com
Or you can contact the Lowndes County Sheriff Department at 334-548-2222

Video available on Facebook/MidStateStockyards/

 

 

The Alabama Fusion Center (AFC) is distributing this BOLO bulletin on behalf of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Agricultural Rural Crime Unit (ARCU)regarding 18 head of stolen cattle.

The cattle were stolen from the Mid State Stockyards, LLP in Letohatchee at 2:30 a.m. on 6 April 2016. The cattle have a letter G brand on the right hip. Surveillance videos show a white male, leaving the stockyard in a dark colored truck at the time of the theft.
If contact or visual confirmation is made with this vehicle or subject, please contact SAS Slaton Jemison or SAS Tim Matthews via phone at 334-549-9196 or 334-467-6030. For any additional information, please contact the Alabama Fusion Center via email at AlabamaFusionCenter@alea.gov or via telephone at 334-517-2660.