Number of livestock stolen or killed on the rise, UDAF says

Steers belonging to Bruce Zollinger, owner of Grassy Cow food truck, are pictured in Heber City on Friday, April 29, 2022. TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — The...

August 8, 2022
2:04 AM

Steers belonging to Bruce Zollinger, owner of Grassy Cow food truck, are pictured in Heber City on Friday, April 29, 2022. TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) says the number of stolen or injured livestock are on the rise in the state. UDAF says this is adding to a trend that has been increasing over the course of the last few years. As of July, the UDAF says it has received missing reports for 77 cattle, five horses/mules and one sheep/goat. Of those 83 animals, seven have been located.

MARK JONES