Pennsylvania cow shootings, two cows were in a pasture


Pennsylvania cow shootings, two cows were in a pasture.

The two cows were in a pasture in rural western Pa. when someone sighted them with a rifle, then pulled the trigger, killing them.

One of the cows, together valued at $3,800, was pregnant and initially survived the shooting, according to WJAC-TV in Johnstown, citing the state police news release.

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The the 85-year-old farmer found the pregnant cow ‘crying’ when it finally fell dead right in front him.

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Now, Pa. state police are hunting for a cow-killer.

The pair of Hereford cows were shot and killed sometime between 6 p.m. last Friday and 6:30 a.m. Saturday on a farm in Jenner Township along Mastillo Road.

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Troopers say the other shot cow was found dead near the roadway.

Troopers ask anyone with information on this incident to call the Somerset state police barracks at 814-445-4104.


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