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$50K in cattle believed stolen near Henning

Twenty-three head of Black Angus cows and 32 Black Angus calves, valued at approximately $50,000, are missing from a farm near Henning. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department said the owner noticed the missing cattle when he was moving the he...

Twenty-three head of Black Angus cows and 32 Black Angus calves, valued at approximately $50,000, are missing from a farm near Henning.

The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department said the owner noticed the missing cattle when he was moving the herd and conducted a head count.

Authorities believe the cattle were stolen sometime in the last 10 days. They were taken from a property at Rocky Ridge Road southeast of Henning.

An investigation is continuing.

By Tom Hintgen, Otter Tail County Correspondent

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