Abused Animals Set Second Chance At Auction
Nineteen cows who were victims of abuse found a new home this morning.
Seventeen cows, one bull and one calf were purchased for $9750 by a representative from Milton Henson in LaCrosse.
The High Springs rancher plans to get the cows up to date on their medication and hopes they'll start putting on weight.
The cattle were seized a month and a half ago from a separate ranch in High Springs because they were malnourished and underfed.
ASO spent several weeks nursing the animals back to health before putting them up for sale.
The sheriff's office says as the economy has gotten worse more and more cases of malnourished cattle and horses are coming to light.
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