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Seven cows missing from NY farm, including $30k show cow


New York authorities are investigating a report of seven stolen cows, including a $30,000 show cow named “Roxy,” from a farm in the Town of Argyle.

According to Sheriff Jeffrey J. Murphy, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to Sweet Road on Sunday where a farmer, who leases the property and farm area to house his own animals as well as allow other animals to be housed, noticed multiple cows missing.

After further inspection, a total of seven cows were noted as missing. One of the cows missing is described as a show cow named “Roxy” and reportedly worth $30,000. The cows consist of different breeds including Holstein, Guernsey, and Jersey.

If anyone has any information, or has noted suspicious activity in that area, please call the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Anonymous Tip Line at 518-746-2522 or call 747-4623 or tips can also be sent online.

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