No recourse, no compensation

Local rancher, a victim of cattle rustling, works to protect herd for the future


March 25, 2020

Joshua Wood

Cheryl Munroe's cattle suspiciously eye the photographer on Saturday afternoon.

For those who are not involved in the world of agriculture, the word "cattle rustling" may invoke images of sepia-toned movies in which black hatted villains abscond with the property of hard working ranchers. Perhaps it brings to mind gritty western movies, still set in the Old West, in which lynch mobs are formed and the thieves are brought to some form of justice. 

Unfortunately, the theft of cattle is not the problem of a bygone era.

While ranches and ranchers have adapted with changing times and technology, so to have those who seek to profit off their hard labor. In the past two year...

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