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Duo Pleads Guilty to Kansas-Oklahoma Interstate Cattle Theft

Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co.

Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co.
Duo Pleads Guilty to Kansas-Oklahoma Interstate Cattle Theft

Anthony Francis Whittley and Jasmine A. Boone, both 28, have entered guilty pleas after stealing cattle from Kansas and attempting to sell them across state lines at the Oklahoma National Stockyards Co.

Flooding Leads to Cattle Rescues Around the Country

Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.

Flooding Leads to Cattle Rescues Around the Country

Farmers and ranchers from South Dakota to Louisiana have been enduring record rainfall and flooding to care for their cattle.

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Serial Cattle Rustler Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison

A cattle rustler in Arkansas has been sentenced to five years in state prison after pleading guilty to stealing cattle in 2014.

Arkansas Cattle Producer Participating In Local Food Movement

In this story from the Arkansas Farm Bureau, a cattle producer is demonstrating his involvement in the local food movement.

Arkansas Cattle Producer Participating In Local Food Movement

In this story from the Arkansas Farm Bureau, a cattle producer is demonstrating his involvement in the local food movement.

Researchers Need Help Capturing Losses from Buffalo Gnat Outbreak

Buffalo gnats, or black flies, were blamed for deaths of cattle, horses and deer in Arkansas earlier this year. Now researchers want to quantify the risks and see what control efforts were effective.